The first vermouth in the Martini & Rossi range introduced in 1863. A blend of Trebbiano wine from Emilia Romagna and Catarratto wine from Sicily, aromatic herbs, fragrant fruit, exoitc woods, and captivating spices. Artemisia is a crucial ingredient of this Rosso vermouth, and it continues to grow and be harvested just a few miles south of the Martini & Rossi base in Pessione Italy. The Rossi recipe remains unchanged since its inception—with only three people who know its secrets.
A Textbook example of an Italian sweet vermouth, exhibiting citrus, caramel sweetness, and a hint of herbal bitterness. Notes of espresso, tobacco leaf, cinnamon, liquorice, anise and nutmeg.
Use when an Italian, sweet, red, or rosso vermouth is called for.
PLEASE NOTE: It is OnlyBitters view that you should refrigerate vermouth after opening.