White Vermouth

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White vermouth is a type of vermouth that is characterized by its light and transparent color.

How is white vermouth made?

White vermouth is made from quality white wines selected as a base. These wines are macerated with a careful combination of herbs, spices, and botanicals, which may include ingredients such as artemisia, chamomile, coriander, and angelica, among others. During the maceration process, the herbs and spices infuse their aromas and flavors into the wine, creating the characteristic essence of white vermouth. After maceration, a filtering process is carried out to obtain a smooth and transparent texture. Some producers may also add a small amount of sugar or a touch of caramel to balance out the flavor profile. Once the elaboration is complete, the white vermouth is ready to be bottled and enjoyed, offering soft floral, citrus and herbal notes, and a balance between sweetness and bitterness that makes it perfect to be enjoyed neat, on the rocks or as an ingredient in refreshing cocktails.

What flavor does white vermouth have?

White vermouth offers a smooth and fresh flavor with a harmonious combination of citrus and herbal notes. Its delicate flavor profile is characterized by the presence of subtle floral aromas and hints of herbs. Citrus notes such as lemon, orange or grapefruit can be appreciated, which provide a pleasant refreshing sensation. In addition, herbal nuances can be perceived from the herbs and spices used during its preparation. White vermouth tends to have a moderate and balanced sweetness, which enhances its flavors without being overpowering.


It is an ideal option for those looking for a vermouth with a smooth texture and a fresh and subtle flavor, perfect to enjoy alone or as a base in refreshing cocktails.

How to taste white vermouth?

To taste the white vermouth and appreciate all its nuances, it is recommended to serve the white vermouth in a wine glass or cocktail glass. Choose a crystal glass that is clear and appropriately shaped to capture the aromas and allow visual appreciation of the color and clarity of the vermouth. White vermouth is best enjoyed when served chilled or with a few ice cubes. The ideal temperature brings out the flavors and cools the palate, so be sure to keep it at a cool but not frozen temperature.

Before tasting, observe the color of the white vermouth. It should have a light and transparent shade. Observing the gloss and viscosity can give you clues as to its quality and consistency. Bring the glass to your nose and take a moment to inhale the aromas of the white vermouth. Look for citrus, floral, and herbal notes. Enjoy the subtle and complex aromas that are released. Take a small sip and pass it through your mouth, allowing the white vermouth to spread over the entire tongue. Pay attention to the texture, flavor, and balance between sweetness and bitterness. Savor the citrus and herbal notes, as well as any other nuances you can detect.

After tasting, appreciate the aftertaste or residual flavor that remains in the mouth. Take note of how the flavor evolves and endures.


Remember that the tasting process is subjective, and each person may have different preferences. Experiment and enjoy white vermouth in the way you like best, either neat, on the rocks or in refreshing cocktails.


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