The fabulous Luis XIV Vermut Rojo is a blend of 70% young Vermut made from a base of Macabeo that has been macerated with traditional botanicals including wormwood and also a secret blend of cinnamon, cloves vanilla and orange peel. This is blended with 30% Monastrell which has been aged oxidatively for 8 years, with a further two months in ancient Fondillon barrels. The Monastrell gives the Vermut a wonderful garnet colour and adds richness to the wine. Rich, with balanced notes of herbs and spice witha bit more body than other styles, this terrific Vermut is delicious with ice and a slice of orange peel. It also comes in a quirky bottle which not only looks great but has stencilled writing that glows in the dark!
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