Vermouth is the most famous Italian aromatized wine. Its development, which started in the 18th century, found an explosive development in the second half of the 1800s, with a very important affirmation in the typical area of Moscato production, imposing itself on the national market and then expanding into many countries.
Vermouths must have at least 75% of wine in their composition. The Vermouth producer must carefully consider and modulate the use of herbs and spices, also according to the specificities of the wines which are used.
The history of Vermouth of Turin, which covers three centuries, is closely linked to its consumption as an aperitif. Its presence is now more and more marked as an essential protagonist in the bar.