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Imbue Bittersweet Vermouth

Item # 26660 750mL
$26.99/ Single Bottle
$323.88/ Case of 12
Country
USA
Region
Sub-Region
ABV
17.00%
Producer

Tasting Notes

This artisanal dry vermouth hails from the Pacific Northwest and strikes just the right balance between bitter and sweet. It is made from Willamette, Oregon Pinot Gris grapes and fortified with brandy made from those same grapes at the Clear Creek Distillery. Floral & ctrus notes mingle with Chamomile and sage on the nose. Entry is sweet on the palate and then has a lingering bitter finish. Excellent on the rocks with a twist but would make an excellent Negroni Bianco. The main botanicals are Egyptian Chamomile, Elderflower, Bitter Orange Peel, Coriander, Juniper, Sage leaf and Clove. The rest of the ingredients are a secret!


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