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'Fortified' wines have a distilled spirit (normally brandy) added either during or after fermentation. Originally fortifying wines was a way of preserving them, but distinct styles like Sherry (Jerez), Madeira, Manzanilla, Vermouth and Port developed into popular and rather sophisticated drinks.
  1. Mancino Chinato Vermouth is a blend of the brand's Secco, Bianco and Rosso vermouths, made using a base wine from Barbera d'Asti. This is then combined with quinine bark, resulting in a rich, deep and bitter vermouth
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  2. Dow’s LBV is full-bodied, rich but perfectly balanced with soft peppery tannins and with a fine acidity that ensure perfect balance on the palate. The classic Dow’s dry finish is always present in the house’s LBV; it is one of the finest LBV Ports available.
  3. Full-bodied, with rich black fruit on the palate, and fragrant blackberry aromas. Bottled young in order to retain its freshness and characteristic opulence, Six Grapes is typically aged for between one and two years in seasoned wooden casks.
  4. Dow’s Fine Tawny is a three-year-old blend aged in small oak casks at our lodges in Vila Nova de Gaia. The barrel ageing produces a smoother and lighter style of wine than the Dow’s Ruby which is aged primarily in large oak vats and tonels. Dow’s Tawny combines subtle fruit with delicious velvety nutty flavours derived from the cask ageing. It is ready to drink and enjoy when bottled and does not require further ageing.
  5. The most elegant and richly perfumed of the Carpano vermouths. Ideal served cold, straight, on the rocks with a slice of grapefruit.
  6. Warre’s launch of Otima 10 Year Old Tawny caused a revolution in Port that introduced a completely new concept to consumers.
  7. For over 170 years, Dubonnet Rouge Grand Aperitif de France has been celebrated around the world as an authority on the aperitif tradition. Crafted from a proprietary blend of red wine, herbs and spices.
  8. A truly exceptional product, considered a unique vermouth by professional barmen and the essential ingredient for creating the perfect cocktail.
  9. Captured in every drop is the essence of the rare woods, herbs and citrus that make up this secret recipe. Introduced on January 1st 1900, its sharp citrus aromas and hints of raspberry became a pillar of the cocktail that dominated the century, the Dry Martini® cocktail.
  10. Queen of vermouth. Known in the past as Bianchissimo - meaning ‘whitest’, lips have come to recognise the soft vanilla notes. With multiple awards since 1910, Pessione’s fair lady has become a name held in the highest regard.
  11. A light yellow aperitif with a fragrant aroma, full bodied and delicate, Cinzano Bianco is sweet and extremely versatile. It can be served smooth as an aperitif, or as an ingredient in a cocktail. To be served cold.
  12. A rich taste with vibrant notes of cocoa and bitter orange. From the infusion of some noble and balsamic woods, we have in the end light aromas of camphor and rosemary notes. Among the minor ingredients, herbs and woods with unique perfumes such as sandal, musk, myrrh and nutmeg.

Fortified Wine

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'Fortified' wines have a distilled spirit (normally brandy) added either during or after fermentation. Originally fortifying wines was a way of preserving them, but distinct styles like Sherry (Jerez), Madeira, Manzanilla, Vermouth and Port developed into popular and rather sophisticated drinks.