• How do you drink Vermouth & Apéritifs?!

    Basically, there are three ways to enjoy the apéritif/aromatized wine styles: Simply over ice, perhaps with a citrus peel garnish or a couple olives. Spritz! On ice, 50/50 with sparkling soda water and/or sparkling wine. Cocktails, the styles we make are staple ingredients in hundreds of classic cocktails. We've got loads of recipes here on the website and our other favorite resource for cocktail recipes is Difford's Guide. Enjoy!

  • What about Bitters?

    Bitters are concentrated botanical flavouring, you can think of them as flavour modifiers for cocktails. Wherever you want a little kick of botanical flavour you can add them to cocktails or even in sparkling soda water. A dash of Orange Bitters in a Martini for example, really makes the drink shine. Or a few dashes of aromatic bitters in sparkling water is a refreshing and tasty delight.

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Vermouth’s History and how it fits into the world of apéritif wines

Vermouth’s History and how it fits into the wor...

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A Vermouthmaker's Guide to Vermouth, Part 1. Diving into a brief history of Vermouth and how it is categorized in the bigger world of apéritif wines.

Vermouth’s History and how it fits into the wor...

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A Vermouthmaker's Guide to Vermouth, Part 1. Diving into a brief history of Vermouth and how it is categorized in the bigger world of apéritif wines.

What is Quinquina (Tonic) Wine?

What is Quinquina (Tonic) Wine?

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First developed in France, Quinquina (pronounced 'ka-kina') is a Tonic Wine. It is a sweet wine that has had a dosage of quinine added, just like Tonic Water is sweetened water...

What is Quinquina (Tonic) Wine?

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First developed in France, Quinquina (pronounced 'ka-kina') is a Tonic Wine. It is a sweet wine that has had a dosage of quinine added, just like Tonic Water is sweetened water...