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Noilly Prat Original Dry Vermouth

  • Dry Vermouth
  • France, 750ml

A beautifully crafted white wine based vermouth, on the nose, dry, fruity with tangy citrus, berry fruits and all kinds of dried herbs. On The palate, Peppery, dry palate. Very herbal, with pine resin and cedar, a little thyme… The finish is long, a complex finish. Very dry!

  • Winery: Noilly Prat - Martini & Rossi (Bacardi)
  • Varietal: Dry (white) Vermouth
  • Region: France
  • Vintage: NV
  • Alcohol:18%
  • Volume: 750ml
  • Closure: Screwcap
  • Other: Perfect vermouth for classic & contemporary mixology. Great as an L’Apéritif paired with seafood, such as oysters and in sauces for fish dishes or as a marinade for other meats, including pork and chicken.

    Based on a secret 1813 recipe, Noilly Prat Original Dry is crafted in the South of France using the finest white wines. Some of these wines are selectively aged outdoors in oak casks exposed to the natural elements. An aromatic blend of herbs and spices (including Roman Chamomile and Gentian from France, Nutmeg from Indonesia and Bitter Orange from Tunisia) gently infuses the wines to create a unique bouquet and taste. Delicious served chilled on its own with a twist of lemon, it is the perfect vermouth for classic and contemporary mixology.

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    Noilly Prat is a brand of vermouth from France, owned by the Italian company Martini & Rossi, which is a subsidiary of Bacardi. "White" Noilly Prat is the archetype of dry, straw-coloured French vermouth. Noilly Prat now makes Red and Ambre vermouths as well, introduced in the 1960s and 1980s, but they are less widely known. Noilly Prat Dry is 18% alcohol by volume. The Noilly Prat company is based in Marseillan, in the Hérault département of southern France. Joseph Noilly, a herbalist, developed the first formula in 1813, 50 years before the now archetypal vermouth, Martini.

    It has long been known that leaving wine in a barrel alters its characteristics. Wine that was transported long distances in barrels and exposed to the weather became darker in colour and fuller-flavoured. It was to mimic this natural process that Joseph Noilly, in 1813, designed a process that made France's first vermouth. In 1855, his son Louis Noilly and son-in-law Claudius Prat set up the company that became Noilly Prat, moving the business to Marseillan where it remains to this day. Between 1865 and 1902, the company was managed by Anne Rosine Noilly-Prat. The brand was acquired by its Italian competitor Martini & Rossi in 1971, which was merged into the Bacardi-Martini family of brands in 1992.


    • 93/100 Points - Falstaff
    • 92/100 Points - Wine Enthusiast
    • 9/10 Points - Chris Carlsson, Spirits Review
    • 88/100 Points - CellarTracker


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