The essence of Sherry

Vermut

Lustau recovers the tradition of making vermouth with Sherry wine as a leading ingredient. Bodegas Lustau has carefully selected the wines and botanicals used to craft these vermouths. Recipes aimed at showing the essence and complexity of Sherry wines.

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PALOMINO & PEDRO XIMÉNEZ

VERMUT ROJO

A perfect blend of two wines each aged individually in the traditional, authentic Jerez “Solera y Criaderas” System: An Amontillado, dry and nutty, with character. A Pedro Ximénez, sweet, intense and velvety.
Mahogany in colour with reddish hues.

Sweet aromas of ripe fruit mingle with hints of citrus fruit and herbaceous notes, over a smoked wood base. On the palate it is flavoursome, velvety and balanced. A bitter finish, with a delicate and distinctive nutty aftertaste.

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botanical
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botanical herbs

SAGE

Mild and subtly spicy notes. 

GENTIAN

Astringency booster.

CORIANDER

Very aromatic. Offering citric and herbaceous notes.

WORMWOOD

Responsible for Vermouth’s characteristic bitterness.

ORANGE PEEL

Citric aromas and freshness.

Palomino & Moscatel

VERMUT BLANCO

A perfect blend of two wines: a dry, mineral and crisp Fino sherry and a sweet and floral Moscatel wine.

Intense and bright yellow colour with golden reflections. On the nose it shows floral, citrusy and herbaceous notes over a yeasty and mineral base. The finish is bitter and clean with a long, nutty and refreshing aftertaste.

Main
botanical herbs

Main
botanical herbs

MARJORAM

Citric and balsamic notes.

GENTIAN

Astringency booster.

ROSEMARY

Adds a fresh and herbaceous touch.

WORMWOOD

Responsible for Vermouth’s characteristic bitterness.

CHAMOMILE

Very aromatic and slightly bitter.

PALOMINO, MOSCATEL AND TINTILLA DE ROTA

VERMUT ROSÉ

A perfect blend of three wines: a dry and crisp Fino sherry, a floral and sweet Moscatel and a lively and fruity Tintilla de Rota wine.

Attractive and delicate pink orange colour with coppery reflections. Floral and herbaceous notes mingle with fruity and spiced scents on the nose. Seductive wild strawberry, orange blossom and patisserie aromas with a subtle nutty background. On the palate, the spiced and herbaceous notes are followed by a comforting sweetness that leaves a delicious silky sensation.

Main
botanical herbs

Main
botanical herbs

CHAMOMILE

Very aromatic and slightly bitter.

NUTMEG

Spicy notes.

VANILLA

Aromatic and stimulating.

CARDAMOM

Intense and fragrant, sweet and slightly spicy.

WORMWOOD

Responsible for Vermouth’s characteristic bitterness. 

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