Dolin Three Bottle Vermouth Collection
Dolin Rouge Vermouth 750 ML
Dolin Blanc Vermouth 750 ML
Dolin Dry Vermouth 750 ML
VermouthThe first white vermouth was created in Savoie in 1881. Sweet and aromatic,
our Vermouth de Chambery is a favorite for all gourmands and remains a timeless
symbol of elegance. It has clear brilliant color and a complex nose with aromas
of freshly-picked Alpine botanicals, followed by camphor and then citrus notes.
A pleasant harmony of botanical notes develop on the palate in a silky texture.
To complete the impression, the aromas of broom and elderflower in this white
vermouth give way to notes of fresh almond and peach.
red vermouth has a very long history, punctuated with many prizes and awards.
It's unchanged recipe is one of our treasures. This vermouth has a lustrous
coppery color, gentle aromas of fruit compote, of prunes and walnuts with
grassy notes, tempered by spicy aromas like Szechwan pepper... then aromas of
almond, citrus, pear and cinnamon with gingerbread, tobacco, oregano and hyssop
notes. This very rich bouquet is tempered by a subtle bitter base wine.
dry vermouth is made from a unique blend of 15 botanicals and spices that
macerate in a specific white wine, Ugni Blanc, like the other Dolin vermouths.
Absinthe, brooklime, rose and orange bark are the best-known ones, but you can
also taste verbena or yellow genepi. Slightly sweet, this dry vermouth is
particularly appreciated by bartenders for its subtlety and elegance. You can
of course also enjoy this Dolin dry vermouth as an aperitif, neat or on the
since Marie Dolin picked up a gold medal at the World Fair in Philadelphia in
1876, Dolin has preserved a spirit of openness and adventure that allows it to
promote the savoir-faire of the Savoyard master liquor-makers around the world,
today more than ever. Available in the world’s most prestigious hotels and
bars, Dolin’s products, and especially its iconic vermouths, are synonymous
with French quality, finesse and aromas. People around the world dream of the
alpine landscapes, but it is the inimitable flavors of our spirits from these
mountains that have made them so popular and a favorite ingredient in ever more
imaginative cocktails, from New York to Hong Kong, Helsinki to Sydney.