This sweet vermouth has been hand-crafted from distilled Sauvignon wine, blended with Pinot Noir and carefully selected botanical infusions of herbs, spices and citrus peel. Vermouth owes its name to wormwood, or ‘wermut’ and Albury’s English Rosso is reminiscent of the traditional style. Beautifully bitter wormwood aromas are intertwined with dark notes of cacao and coffee, creamy undertones of vanilla, earthy rooibos tea leaves, and sweetness from caramelised Albury honey. A warming melange of spices including cassia bark, orange peel, nutmeg and ginger are underpinned by herbal flavours of honeybush leaf, lemon balm and meadowsweet for added complexity. Albury Estate is the Surrey home of the Duke of Northumberland and is situated in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Their still rosé wine was served on the Royal Barge as part of the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee celebrations. Albury wines are biodynamically produced. They have won international awards and have been featured on the wine lists of several Michelin starred establishments.
Beautifully bitter wormwood aromas intertwined with cacao and coffee, creamy undertones of vanilla, earthy rooibos tea leaves, and honey sweetness£22.50
Red berries, light citrus, peach and a full mouthfeel£32.99