Dolin Rouge Vermouth

Vermouth

Dolin // France

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    1. Martin-Brisebois

      Tasted
      4.0
      4.0 out of 5 stars
    2. Bevmartfan

      Tasted
      4.0
      4.0 out of 5 stars
    3. Cozaor00

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      4.0
      4.0 out of 5 stars
    4. andyfest

      Tasted
      4.0
      4.0 out of 5 stars
      15.0 USD per Bottle
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    6. Demitri

      Tasted
      4.25
      4.25 out of 5 stars
    7. escijay

      Tasted
      4.0
      4.0 out of 5 stars
    8. WhiskeyLonghorn

      Tasted
      3.5
      3.5 out of 5 stars
      I’m just learning about Vermouth as a category and its versatility as an ingredient in cocktails. I tried this on its own and found it intriguing but slightly thin and underwhelming. I also get the oregano note that’s mentioned in the official tasting. Not something I’d sip on. BUT. This really livens up any spirit. I mixed a Manhattan at home this afternoon with a few dashes of bitters, an ounce of this and 2 ounces of Willet CS rye and it was a beautiful thing. Rather than masking the rye, the vermouth notes heightened the spiciness of the rye and added a substantive fruity layer to the drink. This will be a fun bottle to continue experimenting with. If you e got any suggestions on what else to do with it, I’m all ears. Cheers.
      15.0 USD per Bottle
    9. TheNextGreekThing

      Tasted
      4.25
      4.25 out of 5 stars
      As a guy from Piedmont and a die-hard vermouth aficionado, my taste is obviously set towards the flavor profile of Vermouth di Torino. So you can imagine how Dolin Rouge caught me off guard with a totally different character than Italian's most famous PGI: much drier than Italian vermouth, I'd say less full-bodied in a very positive way, with a stunning aroma and a pleasant acidity that reminds of non-fortified wine and makes it dangerously easy to drink. Two big thumbs up, I can't wait to see how it works in classic cocktails calling for sweet Italian vermouth to give them a more floral vibe.
      Opificio Cucina e Bottega
    10. sostrander12

      Tasted
      3.25
      3.25 out of 5 stars
      Not too sweet. Some depth, and cinnamon upfront. Pairs well with a spicy rye in a Manhattan. Negronis need Carpano. Such is life.
    11. whiskeyed

      Tasted
      4.25
      4.25 out of 5 stars
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