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Vermut Lustau Rojo 75cl

75cl

Vermut Lustau Rojo 75cl

£16.31
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Lustau revives the tradition of making vermouth with the wine of Jerez as the true protagonist. Red Lustau Vermouth 75cl is a perfect assembly of sherry and botanical wines, and offers a vermouth with personality and attractive complexity for the aperitif.

A perfect assembly of two wines made following the traditional and genuine system of Solera and Criaderas: a dry Amontillado with character. A Pedro Ximénez, sweet, intense, and velvety. Wormwood, gentian, and orange peel stand out among the 10 spices and aromatic plants carefully chosen for the production of Red Vermouth.

Serve it with ice and orange zest. Enjoy!

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Technical sheet

Category:Vermouth (Spirits)
Producer: Lustau
Volume: 75cl
Grapes: Pedro Ximénez, Palomino
Alcohol Vol.: 15%
Country: Spain
Type Of Vermouth: Red

Description of Vermut Lustau Rojo 75cl

Vermut Lustau Rojo 75cl (Pedro Ximénez and Palomino)

TASTING NOTES:

  • Color: mahogany with reddish tones.
  • Aroma sweet ripe fruit with hints of citrus and herbal notes on a base of wood smoke.
  • Mouth: tasty, velvety and balanced. bitter aftertaste with a delicate taste and distinctive nutty.

DESIGNATION OF ORIGIN: Vermouth

VINEYARD: Bodegas Lustau in Spain. The beginnings of the company with its cathedral-like date back to the 1896th Today the winery is known worldwide for its quality wines and has received several international awards. Lustau is the only winery that produces in each of the three cities of sherry triangle: Jerez de la Frontera, El Puerto de Santa María and Sanlúcar de Barrameda.The landscape of the area consists mainly of white limestone hills Albariza. Long the region thousands of years below the sea level. The vineyards receive about 3,000 hours of sunshine, relatively heavy rainfall accompanied each year.

VARIETY: Amontillado and Pedro Ximenez

AGING: The two grape varieties grown individually in the traditional Jerez Solera system "Y" criaderas. Several oak barrels are stacked one on top of another and about one-third of the fully matured in the bottom row are filled Sherry. Partially empty barrels are then filled with the youngest wine of the upper canyon. The procedure is repeated until the top row is empty and refilled again.

PREPARATION: The Botanicals include sage, gentian, coriander, vermouth and orange peel. The perfect combination makes it a unique flavor that is soft, spicy, aromatic, bitter and sweet.

PAIRING: olives, nuts and other snacks.

RECOMMENDED TEMPERATURE SERVICE: 09.07 ° C

ALCOHOL 15%

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How to serve

Consumption temp.

7-9ºC

Pairing

The Producer

Lustau

Lustau

Emilio Lustau S.A. was founded in 1896 by Don José Ruiz-Berdejo. It was a humble beginning: Don José, a secretary in the courts of justice, used to cultivate the vineyards at his estate "Nuestra Señora de la Esperanza", where he stored and aged the wines and afterwards sold them to the larger exporting companies. He was in fact what is known as an "almacenista".

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Nose: quite seductive, starting on citrus notes. The orange peel and coriander seeds are in the foreground. A fragrant whiff of old roses. Then darker notes, like mature red fruits. Cinnamon as well. Very round, it's only after some time that you get hints of gentian or absinth.Mouth: very velvety again, with a great balance. Definitely on the sweet side - the bitterness of the Cinchona bark is rather delicate here. Citrus peel again, hints of plums and red grape juice. Smooth finish, bittersweet with a touch of toasted oak.
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