Reserve Vermouth

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Reserve vermouth is a variety of vermouth that is characterized by its prolonged aging process, which gives it special characteristics and greater flavor complexity.

How is reserve vermouth made?

Reserve vermouth is made through a process of maceration and prolonged aging to achieve its complexity and distinctive character. It begins with a selection of high-quality wines that serve as the base. These wines are macerated with a careful combination of herbs, spices, and botanicals, such as wormwood, cloves, cinnamon, and vanilla, among others. During maceration, the flavors and aromas of the ingredients are slowly infused into the wine, creating a rich and aromatic blend. After maceration, the vermouth undergoes an aging process in oak barrels, where it acquires greater complexity, and its flavor softens. The aging time can vary, but is usually longer than other vermouths, allowing the flavors to gradually integrate and develop. During this period, the reserva vermouth takes on additional notes of wood and spices, as well as a silkier texture. Once the aging is finished, the reserve vermouth is filtered, bottled and ready to be enjoyed, offering a refined balance between sweetness, bitterness and a complexity of flavors that distinguishes it from other varieties of vermouths.

What flavor does reserve vermouth have?

Reserve vermouth is distinguished by its complex, balanced, and refined flavor. Its prolonged aging in oak barrels gives it a series of distinctive flavor characteristics. When tasting it, you can appreciate notes of ripe fruit, such as plums or raisins, along with hints of warm spices, such as vanilla and cinnamon. These flavors blend harmoniously with vermouth's characteristic herbal and bitter aromas, creating a sophisticated and elegant taste experience. Reserve vermouth can also have undertones of wood and toast, coming from its prolonged contact with oak barrels during the aging process. In general, the reserve vermouth offers a combination of sweetness, bitterness, and complexity of flavors, with a silky texture and a long and pleasant finish on the palate.


It is an ideal option for those looking for a more refined and distinguished vermouth experience, both to enjoy it neat and to use it in high-end cocktails.

How to taste the reserve vermouth?

To taste the reserve vermouth and enjoy its unique characteristics, it is recommended to serve it in a transparent crystal wine glass or cocktail glass. This will allow you to appreciate its color and aroma properly. Reserve vermouth is best enjoyed at room temperature or slightly chilled. Avoid serving it too cold, as this could inhibit the release of its aromas and flavors.

Before trying it, observe the color of the reserve vermouth. It can have amber, golden, or reddish tones, depending on its aging. Pay attention to its brightness and transparency. Bring the glass to your nose and take a moment to inhale the aromas of the reserve vermouth. Look for fruity, spicy, and herbal notes. Enjoy the complex and subtle aromas that are released. Take a small sip and let the reserve vermouth spread throughout your mouth. Pay attention to the texture, flavor, and balance between sweetness and bitterness. You'll notice ripe fruit flavors, delicate spices, and elegant complexity. Watch how it evolves on your palate. After tasting it, enjoy the aftertaste or residual flavor that lingers in your mouth. Reserve vermouth usually leaves a pleasant and long-lasting sensation, with its flavors and nuances developing slowly.


Remember that each person may have different preferences, so you can adjust the amount of vermouth, the temperature, or even experiment with pairings and cocktails. Enjoy the experience of tasting a reserve vermouth, exploring its complexity and elegance!


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