One of the original vermouths, created in Turin in the mid-1700s. The original vermouth rosso has been followed by a range of other variants, from the famed Extra Dry to special editions produced in conjunction with fashion labels and celebrities. Despite the growth and their status as a household name, they still stick to their guns and produce a core range of traditional vermouths.
The 1757 Rosso is a fruity, bittersweet Vermouth di Torino, made with Italian wines and a secret blend of botanicals, including wormwood from Piedmont.
Spicy, woody aromas of vanilla, dried figs and floral wormwood fill the nose. The palate offers notes of cloves, nutmeg, pepper, cinnamon and dried figs that develop into liquorice, vanilla, Alpine flowers and bittersweet wormwood.