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TASTING NOTE

La Copa Vermouth is produced from 8 year old Oloroso and PX soleras and a blend of botanicals. These 8 botanicals (wormwood, savory, clove, orange, cinnamon, nutmeg, angelic root and cinchona bark) were carefully selected to achieve the perfect bitter-sweet, aromatic balance. Of course, like all good family recipes, the exact proportions are a closely guarded secret, kept under lock and key in the winery!

The perfect aperitif to revive the classic 'Vermouth moment'. Enjoy well chilled, on its own or with soda and crushed ice. Vermouth is a key ingredient in many of the best cocktail recipes.

ABOUT THE PRODUCER

In 1835, infected by the sherry boom of his time, Manuel María Gonzlez purchased an Andalusian bodega in Jerez. Initially a trading house, he started to explore the production of wine, and began planting his own vines in 1844. In 1849 he created his own brand Tio Pepe, the first registered trade mark in Spain. Today Tio Pepe is distributed to more than 150 countries around the world as one of the best-selling Finos in the world. In 1855 Gonzlez associated with his British trade representative Robert Blake Byass. This was the foundation for today's largest sherry producer Gonzalez Byass. Today the firm owns about 650 hectares of prime sherry vineyard, many of which in the Jerez Superior area, and extensive vine nurseries.

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