Wine Collective Vermu Rosé

Vermouth

Wine Collective // Maryland , USA

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Baltimore, MD's Wine Collective produces this vermouth rosé by making a grape spirit from wine made with Maryland-grown grapes, then macerating it with botanicals which include cinchona bark, Spanish oranges, chamomile, wormwood, gentian root, juniper berries, clove, and star anise. Using sustainable practices with minimal intervention, they do not add sulfites, and the product contains roughly half the amount of sugar as other vermouths or amari.

It is also vegan, bottled at 16.5% ABV.

Baltimore, MD's Wine Collective produces this vermouth rosé by making a grape spirit from wine made with Maryland-grown grapes, then macerating it with botanicals which include cinchona bark, Spanish oranges, chamomile, wormwood, gentian root, juniper berries, clove, and star anise. Using sustainable practices with minimal intervention, they do not add sulfites, and the product contains roughly half the amount of sugar as other vermouths or amari. It is also vegan, bottled at 16.5% ABV.

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  • abv
    16.5
  • Vermouth
    Vermouth is a type of aromatized wine. It is fortified and flavored with botanicals typically featuring Artemisia absinthium (wormwood) as the primary bittering agent. In the EU, it must be made from 75% wine and its ABV is 14.5-22%. Vermouth styles range from extra dry to sweet.

Tasting Notes

"A pleasant scent of fresh berries, pine trees and blood orange carries the nose, with more pronounced fruitiness (watermelon, strawberry, orange, lichee) on the palate. A refreshing note of mint, earthy green tea and warm spices follow through into the finish. It's a delightful, semi-sweet sipper on its own, but would be excellent to use to lighten up summer Negronis, or even a summer version of a Manhattan, not to mention an array of spritzes. "

Score 92
Flavor Profile

Fruity & Sweet