High-standards and passion are the main ingredients in Vermouth Routin Blanc, an original recipe by Philibert Routin, invented in 1894 and kept a closely guarded secret in a safe in his name.
Vermouth Routin Blanc is made with a perfect blend of 18 plants, flowers, and spices that are macerated for up to four weeks in Vin de Savoie made from Jacquère, a grape variety local to the Savoie region. To the resulting infusion, French sauvignon blanc wine is added to reach the desired balance.
|Appearance||Opalescent straw color|
|Aroma||Bright citrus, and floralnotes; elderflower with hint of thyme|
|Palate||Round green melon, lychee flesh and orange peel are joined by chamomile.|
|Finish||Fresh and lively, yet balanced. Thyme, wormwood, and clove combine for a slightly spicy, savory finish|
|Key Botanicals Include||Wormwood, Vanilla, Thyme, Cinnamon, Elderflower|