Carpano Bianco Vermouth
In the Glass
Brilliant, crystal clear.
The aromatics are simply beautiful showcasing fresh, sweet herbs and spring flowers on a backdrop of fruity white wine with hints of grapefruit, honey, and peach.
The palate echoes the nose delivering a silky and lush fruit driven core with waves of honey, spice, white flowers, and citrus.
Intensity & Texture
Full-bodied with a fresh dose of bright acidity while offering a sweet and juicy center.
Carpano is one of the standard bearers of the semisweet, fruit-driven style of white Vermouth.
When you can get one of the best examples of any style for around 20 bucks, we call that a great value.
Nothing beats the original. Commercial, repeatable Vermouth was created by Antonio Benedetto Carpano in 1786. The idea of blending wine with herbs and spices with wine goes back centuries but Carpano was the first to record it and sell it. The base wine is a blend of Trebbiano, Chardonnay, and Cortese grapes grown in Sicily and Romagna. The wine is then infused with a secret blend of herbs and spices.
How to Enjoy
The Carpano Bianco is a great addition to a classic Martini. However, I urge you to serve this lovely Vermouth solo on ice or perhaps with a portion of soda. Try flipping the ratio of the classic Martini using a majority Vermouth for a refreshing a smart cocktail.