Lustau Vermut Rojo


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Alcohol: 15%

Grape(s): Sherry-80% amontillado and 20% Pedro Ximenez

Localization: Jerez, Spain

Tasting Notes: Mahogany in color 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 flavorsome, velvety and balanced. A bitter finish, with a delicate and distinctive nutty aftertaste.

Food Pairing: The perfect apéritif if accompanied with olives, nuts or any snacks.

The Domain: 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.

Lustau is the only winery that produces wines in each of the three cities in the Sherry triangle: Jerez de la Frontera, El Puerto de Santa María and Sanlúcar de Barrameda.

The biological ageing, in which the wines age under a veil of yeasts known as flor; is a completely natural phenomenon. These yeasts prevent the wine from being in contact with the air and transform its flavors and organoleptic profile. This miracle originates in the white albariza soils that dominate the vineyards in Jerez and develops successfully thanks to the special conditions of temperature and humidity inside the wineries.

Each year, our vineyards receive roughly 3,000 hours of sunshine, accompanied by relatively heavy rainfalls of about 600 l/ m².

The landscape of the area consists primarily of white limestone hills, known as albariza. Its singularity is due to the fact that long ago this region was under the ocean for millennia.