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    Belsazar Rose Vermouth 750ml

    The rosé is full of surprises. Bittersweet and summery, pink grapefruit, bitter orange and orange blossom emerge, rounded off by raspberries and cu...

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    Belsazar Dry Vermouth 750ml

    Aromas of summer fruits, chamomile and a hint of fresh yeast at the beginning. Shortly afterwards, the bitter aromas take hold - gentian, bitter or...

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    Belsazar Red Vermouth Red 750 ml

    Warm tones of vanilla, candied orange and bitter chocolate are released and enriched with traces of mace, cinnamon and cloves. The comforting sweet...

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Vermouth is a fortified wine that is popularly used in cocktails and as an aperitif. It is made by infusing herbs and spices into white or red wine, and often has a higher alcohol content than unfortified wines. Vermouth originated in Italy, but today it is produced in many countries around the world. There are many different types and styles of vermouth, and popular brands include Martini & Rossi, Cinzano, and Noilly Prat. Vermouth typically has a bittersweet taste, with floral or citrus flavours.

Vermouth has a long history dating back to ancient Greece and Rome. The name "vermouth" comes from the German word for wormwood, which was used to flavour the wine. Vermouth became popular in Italy in the 18th century, and was later exported to other European countries and the United States.

Did you know: Vermouth can be used as a substitute for white wine in cooking? Try it in your next recipe that calls for white wine!