The original MARTINI, and our first love. When Luigi Rossi blended local botanicals to craft this scarlet-hued vermouth, he created an indisputable icon. While the exact recipe remains a closely guarded secret, this sweet vermouth's intensely herbal character is the result of blending carefully chosen wines with a complex selection of Italian herbs, including sage, savory and dittany, and bitter-sweet exotic woods.
Martini Rosso is an iconic drink that almost needs no introduction. The Italian red vermouth was first created in 1863, with that same recipe having been passed down to each of the brand’s Master Herbalists who are sworn to secrecy. It’s made using over 50 herbs and spices including local wormwood, with the colour owing to natural caramel. It claims to be the world’s first red vermouth, and is an absolute staple for a Negroni.
Content: 1000ml (1L)
Fruity aromas, with hints of guava and spice, a little pistachio too.
Sherry-like palate, with hints of gin botanicals, grapes, oak and spice.
Peppery, resinous finish.