This classic vermouth type is based on Piedmontese white wines, including Moscato and Cortese, and infused with a wide range of different botanicals, many of them grown in the Occitan Alps near the winery. The flavor of this vermouth is complex and vivid, with an excellent balance of sweetness and bitterness. Some vermouths taste strongly of a single botanical, but the interplay of components here is distinctive and delicious.
Bordiga created his first Vermouth when the business was founded in 1888. Still today in the middle of the wall of the historic distillery headquarters, there is written the words “Vermouth Bordiga”. Our is a very long tradition of excellence that is a guarantee of quality. Even nowadays, Bordiga Vermouth is presented with the label with the original image, linked to the historic recipe connected to the distant colonies of East Africa, where the rare spices used come from. The best Piedmont’s and Italian’s wines and the best Alpine herbs are carefully mixed with exotic spices from East to make the traditional Turin’s Vermouth with the “SUPERIOR QUALITY” label.