The term Vermouth is the Frenchification of a German term which indicated wine spiced with absinthe.
This drink has always been present in Europe, the first known descriptions arriving from the time of the Roman empire. This speciality came back to life in Piedmont an important whine producing area, in the second half of the 19th century, where it was served not only in the homes of the nobles with ice and a slice of orange, but also to the lower class in taverns. Garrone did not re-invent anything , the only thing that he did was bring to back to life what existed in his family tradition.
Time helped increase the range, creating specialities with a fruity taste. Vermouth is not a difficult thing to drink. You can drink it on its own or as a component of many cocktails.
Top selling Vermouth of the Garrone’s range. It is produced from selected alpine herbs and exotic spices mixed with wines of the highest quality. It has a light golden color and a pleasant aromatic taste.
Garrone Rosso is a spiced Vermouth with unforgettable flavours. It is produced from white wine and a selected mixture of aromatic herbs. Unique brownish red color obtained by the addition of a refined caramel.
Garrone Extra Dry is a Vermouth produced from white wine and a selected mixture of wild alpine herbs and spices. It has a dry taste dominated by a mixed flavour of Lime, Juniper and Chamomile. With its 18% vol. The best vermouth for cocktails.
This unique aperitif is made from crushed cherries, maraschino and exclusive red wines. A unique product from a unique recipe.
Unique aperitif is made from peach juice, wines, citrus essential oil and sugar. Full of flavour with hints of apricot and vanilla.