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Casa Mariol Vermut Negre 1.0 LITER

SKU: 547457 ISBN: 8436030110747

100% Macabeu is fermented at low temperatures. Green walnuts, herbs and spices are sourced locally from the Matarrana area and macerated in the wine. While designed primarily for straight consumption, the Negra lends itself to mixing as well. In the glass, Vermut Negre has a dark mahogany hue similar to port. On the nose, it has aromas of stewed fruits intermingled with spices such as cinnamon and cardamom. Vibrant on the palate with spicy and herbal notes. This one's all about balance! Producer Description. 

$29.99

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Country: Spain

Region: Catalonia

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Type: Spirits

Size: 1L

$29.99

100% Macabeu is fermented at low temperatures. Green walnuts, herbs and spices are sourced locally from the Matarrana area and macerated in the wine. The whole concoction is then aged for up to six months in a solera before being bottled in one of the coolest looking bottles on the market.

The Spanish drink vermouth like it's going out of style, but we all know that there's nothing more stylish than pulling out a bottle of fine vermouth to pair with your tapas. What else are you going to do with all your canned fish?

While designed primarily for straight consumption, the Negra lends itself to mixing as well. This one's all about balance! Producer Description. 

 


Casa Mariol Vermut Negre is a dark vermouth made by the Vaquer family, artisan wine producers who have been producing wine and vermouth for nearly 100 years.
Hailing from Terra Alta outside Tarragona, Catalonia in north-east Spain, Casa Mariol Vermut Negre is made from 100 percent Catalan Macabeu grapes fermented in stainless steel tanks. Fermentation occurs at a low temperature to maintain freshness and deliver a vibrant fruit profile. A neutral grape spirit, also made from Macabeu grapes, is macerated with over 160 different botanicals that include thyme, rosemary, orange peel, cardamom, green walnuts and wormwood. After the wine is fermented, the blend is created and the vermouth is aged for six months in a solera system with barrels that have been cellared for as long as 60 years.
Bottled at an ABV of 15%, Vermut Negre makes very little use of caramel which gives the wine fragrant aromas along with heightened spice and complexity on the palate.
In the glass, Vermut Negre has a dark mahogany hue similar to port. On the nose, it has aromas of stewed fruits intermingled with spices such as cinnamon and cardamom. Vibrant on the palate with spicy and herbal notes, the lingering finish brings some bitterness and caramel notes.

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