Noilly Prat - Original French Dry - Vermouth 75cl Bottle


Noilly Prat - Original French Dry
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Noilly Prat (pronounced Nwa-ee Prat), known as 'the Rolls Royce of vermouths', is recognised by barmen all over the world as a premium cocktail ingredient. The characteristic taste of Noilly Prat is attributable to the blend of white wines, fruit essences, herbs and spices. When combined with oak ageing, the result is a truly excellent dry vermouth.

In 1813, Joseph Noilly created the first recipe for dry French vermouth. To this day, the process has remained unchanged. Still produced in the South of France, the white wines are matured for eight months in large oak casks. Then, in a unique open air process, they are transferred to smaller oak barrels, where for 12 months they are subjected to the elements and take on a deep amber colour.

The white wines are then brought back indoors for blending. The fruit essences, including raspberry and lemon, are incorporated, before twenty different herbs and spices are added. These botanicals gradually impart their flavour to the wine to create the delicate flavour of Noilly Prat Dry.

Category(s):     Vermouth
Group(s):     Dry Vermouth
Producer: Noilly Prat   -
ABV:   15%
Brand:   Noilly Prat
Colour:   Pale
Country of Origin:   France
Type:   Dry


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4 Product Reviews

Date of Review: Mon, 21 Feb 2011
Review: Re-top review stating shelf life of opened bottle. Keep your Vermouth in the fridge after opening and it will keep fine for six months but not beyond.

Date of Review: Wed, 08 Dec 2010
Review: I agree with the below two reviewers that this is a good quality vermouth but remember a vermouth is a a fortified wine and therefore shouldn\'t be kept for more than a maximum or a week or two after opening (refrigerated).

Date of Review: Fri, 20 Jul 2007
Review: This is excellent in a Martini and like the last reviewer said pay extra as this will last a very long time and the taste is worthwhile.

Date of Review: Wed, 28 Sep 2005
Review: I would not make a vodka or gin martini with anything else. It may cost more than other vermouths but when you taste it you will find that it is worth the extra couple of pounds. (Also, given how little you need for a dry martini, one bottle should last for months.) The depth of flavour is superb.

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Producer Information

Down the ages, the barrels of wine have been transported by boat, even travelling on the bridge of ships, exposed to the sun and spray.
It was through this happy coincidence that the beneficial effect of transportation on wine was discovered. After the combined action of time and the elements, it was noticed that its flavour became fuller, its colour more amber...
During the last century, Joseph Noilly decided to recreate this natural process in order to develop an original production method.
This was how, in 1813, he developed the first formula for dry French vermouth.
In 1855, his son Louis Noilly joined together with his son-in-law Claudius Prat, to form the company that became Noilly Prat. It was at Marseillan, a sunny port in the south of France on the Mediterranean coast that they chose to set up business.

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