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Tuesday, May 17, 2016

Discover the pleasure of Vermouth with Delices and Gourmandises’s wine selection

Known since the eighteenth century, Vermouth is a wine-based aperitif still very fashionable nowadays. Should you want to prepare this drink yourself, Delices and Gourmandises offers a large catalog of white and red wines, dry or sweet.

All you need to know about Vermouth with Delices and Gourmandises’s experts

Derived from the German word Wermut – which literally translates as absinthe – the name Vermouth refers to an alcoholic preparation made of wine, absinthe, and various spices herbs. Its creation is attributed to an Italian clerk in Turin. Having quickly conquered other cities in Italy and Europe, this drink is now one of the most popular in the world, be it a bottle of a major brand such as the famous Martini or a homemade preparation made from scratch to enjoy with family and friends.

Wrapped in a very nice mellow flavor, Vermouth owes its success to the many aromas conferred by the herb and spice mixture whose recipes are jealously guarded by manufacturers. Similarly, there are several types of Vermouth depending on the type of wine used. You will find at Delices and Gourmandises everything you need to make your own drink according to your taste.

Delices and Gourmandises advice for preparing and serving the best Vermouth

To prepare a vermouth, the first and fundamental step is to choose the wine, which will give the "tone" of your drink from the driest white to the softer red. To this base you will add the aromatic mixture and sugar to sweeten your drink. No matter what you are looking for, Delices and Gourmandises has a catalog of wines that will satisfy you.

Vermouth is preferably enjoyed chilled and is sometimes served with ice. If you don’t want to dilute the flavor of your drink, you can also leave your preparation in the refrigerator a few hours before serving.


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