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A light, herbal, classic French-style dry vermouth, with bright, fresh notes of ginger, sage, and rosemary.
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Life is better when it’s wetter! Pour 50 ml of a London dry gin of your choice and 20 ml of Baldoria Dry over ice in a shaker, shake well, and strain into a martini glass. Garnish with a green olive, and enjoy!Back to shop
When you smell Baldoria Dry, you’ll notice its light, herbal character from the get-go, as fresh sage and rosemary notes rise from the glass.
When you taste Baldoria Dry, your palate will be met with a bright, fresh, dry palate of herb notes, with sage, ginger, and rosemary at the forefront.
Although the original idea for Baldoria was born in a Parisian speakeasy, the vermouths themselves are made in a little artisanal distillery in Boves, located in the Piedmont region of northwest Italy. The blue Alps that surround the distillery are home to all kinds of flora and fauna - and all of the botanicals that go into the vermouths are either gathered from the side of the mountains by local pickers, or grown in the distillery’s own herb garden.
Baldoria vermouths are produced in a collaborative effort between bartenders and distillers, who work together to perfect the recipes. After the ingredients have been selected and weighed, the genepy is extracted via alcohol suspension, retaining only the delicate perfume of the genepy flowers. The ingredients are then macerated, first in a hydroalcoholic bath, then in pure white Chardonnay wine.
Baldoria Dry is then blended with a white Chardonnay and red Nebbiolo wine and sugar base, before ageing, filtering, and bottling. Its light, herbal character comes from a selection of locally-picked botanicals: wormwood, genepy, clary sage, sage, ginger, rosemary, fennel, and orange peel. The ginger, rosemary, and sage tend to take centre stage, while the wormwood provides a satisfyingly light and bitter base.
Baldoria is the brainchild of Rory, Tim, Dotan, and Daniel - better known as Ernest. Most of them work together at the world-famous Little Red Door, a mixology cocktail bar in the centre of Paris. Wanting to create luxury products for bartenders, they turned to Italian distillers Piero and Enrico to turn their dream into reality. The result is a range of luxurious, beautifully balanced contemporary vermouths - made by bartenders, for bartenders.More on the Brand
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