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Cucielo Vermouth di Torino Rosso

16.8% | 75cl | Sweet Red Vermouth | Cucielo | Di Torino Vermouth

Glowing amber-ruby colour. Beautifully fragrant, with lilac and rose perfumes, wormwood, angelica, myrtle, orange and yellow citrus, rhubarb and stem ginger. There is a beautiful balance of sweetness and bitter characters; the flavours show wonderful definition and complex combinations, giving myriad elegant taste sensations. This is absolutely gorgeous, without doubt masterfully made; technically perfect.

COLOUR: Intense cornelian gemstone with dark mahogany reflections.

NOSE: Aromas of caramelised orange and rhubarb; subtle vanilla, anise & cloves; balanced by warm peppery notes, orange & raisins.

TASTE: Brilliantly smooth with bursts of fresh pomegranate and ripe red fruit. Warm & lightly bitter with a long dry finish. A complex & classic Vermouth di Torino.


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Born in the rolling hills of Italy’s Piedmont region, Cucielo Vermouth di Torino are a range of vermouths that  simply perfect in a chilled, refreshing Aperitif and later in the evening in that luxurious Cocktail.

Cucielo is produced using hand-selected Italian wines and Artemisia from the rolling foothills of Piedmont. The “Ricetta Originalle” is a secret and unique recipe using only naturally sourced botanicals and aromas.
A wonderfully complex yet versatile, classic style of Vermouth Di Torino.

Whilst literally anyone can make vermouth at home, not everyone can make di Torino vermouth. There loads of rules (governed by EU law) that you must follow to brand your vermouth as a ‘di Torino’. The simplest way I can help explain it is this – it’s like comparing sparkling wine to champagne, or brandy to cognac.

The best quality of vermouth that Italy has to offer.



Weight1 kg