Fresh, dry, fabric-like and yeasty scents emerge from the glass. The palate entry is fresh, sinewy, lean and mineral-like; the flavor becomes even more dry and minerally at midpalate. Squeaky dry and utterly refreshing.
Very dark tawny tone. Heady perfume speaks of overripe grapes, quinine and roots. Agile, tar-like in the mouth as flavors of quinine, citrus peel, roots and berries combine in a piquant twang that's neither clumsy nor cloying.... Read More
MARTINI Extra Dry vermouth was launched, with great international success, on New Year's Day in 1900. The Company had been experimenting with the production of dry vermouth since 1890 in some foreign countries, such as Cuba, in... Read More