The vermouths on this list are guaranteed to make your mouth water and get you thinking about your next cocktail. If you’re looking for a new signature drink to try at happy hour or just looking for a new beverage to make on your own time, you’ve come to the right place. There’s a mix of vermouths on this list, no matter if you prefer a sugary sweet or an extra dry!
Martini & Rossi Rosso
This sweet and classic vermouth is perfect for the traditional Manhattan cocktail. Martini & Rossi Rosso vermouth is crafted using select spices and a blend of fine wines to create its sweet flavoring. If you’re a sweet and citrusy fan, you will love this! Just check out your local bar or restaurant and order the Manhattan- you’ll thank me later!
Vya Extra Dry
More of a dry fan? Watching the sugar intake? We have just the vermouth for you! This vermouth hints at tropical notes featuring hints of banana. The vermouth fades into an earthy sage blend, giving your drink of choice the dry but flavorful mix from start to finish.
This French vermouth is packed with an aroma of regional grapes from a base wine, while adding the herbal qualities and complex flavors. In layman’s terms, if you’re a citrus and grape-flavor fan looking for a relatively less sugary vermouth, you’re going to want to try this one. Bon appétit!
Alessio Vermouth Bianco
Fun fact, this Italian vermouth was originally known as ‘Vino di Moda’ or ‘fashion wine’. So if that doesn’t market this excellent vermouth accordingly, I don’t know what does! This vermouth is a spin off Dolin’s original formula for vermouth, giving it the semi-dry flavors, very mild bitterness, and citrusy finish.
Cocchi Americano Aperitivo
Another fine Italian specimen, this one is for the Moscato fans out there who aren’t afraid of a little kick! It is infused with the sweetness of citrus, but will surprise you with its bitter finish. It can also be enjoyed on the rocks, giving you multiple options for your beverage of choice.