Vermouth was first produced in 1786 in Torino, its name coming from the main ingredient wormwood, or wermut as the Germans would say. Mauro’s base wine consists of Cortese and Moscato from local producers, the former offering brightness and acidity, the latter aromatics. These wines are blended with a mixture of raw alcohol, wormwood, citrus skin and herbs like thyme, marjoram, basil and oregano.

Chinati Vergano, Vermouth

  • Producer: Chinati Vergano

    Region: Asti, Piedmont, Italy

    Style: Vermouth

    Taste: Bright and Acidic with Notes Citrus & Herbs

    Grapes: Cortese, Moscato

    Year: 2020

    ABV: 16%

    Size: 75cl bottle