Alessio Vermouth Di Torino Rosso

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Size750mL Proof34 (17% ABV) *Please note that the ABV of this bottle may vary
More than 25 different herbs, roots, and spices go into this Vermouth di Torino, with a Piedmont wine serving as the base. It's a complex balance of bitter-sweetness, citrusy, and herbal notes that gives heft to a cocktail and sips nicely as well.
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About Alessio Vermouth Di Torino Rosso

The award-winning Alessio Vermouth Di Torino Rosso brings another late 19th-century recipe to the modern age. Meant to be enjoyed on its own, this "vino di lusso" or luxury wine, is crafted with a Piedmont wine as its base. More than 25 botanicals go into the recipe which contains grande and petite wormwood, along with other herbs, roots, and spices.

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About Alessio

Tempus Fugit Spirits, LLC was created in order to bring several historic spirits and liqueurs into the modern world. They started with absinthe since one of the co-founders had successfully co-developed over 25 brands of the mystical spirit in Europe. Absinthe was re-legalized in the US in 2007, yet US importers lacked interest in bringing high-quality absinthe from Europe. Tempus Fugit (which translates to "time flies") wasted no time and took it upon themselves to bring premium, award-winning absinthes from Switzerland and France over the pond.

While they started with absinthe, it's not their only focus. They are also passionate about re-creating liquors that were immensely popular before Prohibition. They employ 19th-century practices in crafting various liqueurs, bitters, amari, vermouths, and chinati, specializing in their use as cocktail modifiers.

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It's a complex profile with a full mouth-feel. The spices and bitterness are balanced with bright citrusy and herbal notes, a dialed-down sweetness, and the wine base shining through. Finishes long and refreshing, with a pleasant bitterness.
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