The marriage between the Martinez Lacuesta family and the vermouth goes back to the decade of the 30s, when by chance, we were offered the opportunity to enter into this exciting world of wine aperitifs. Our strive to improve has led us to research and try new vintage formulas, combining different types of wood, toasting levels, storage periods and product packaging. The result of that is this collection of vermouths. They are all so different and unique that they have won the praise of our clients and the respect of experts.
As a special complement to the traditional production method for our vermouth, we have added a brief period of ageing, during which Bodega Martinez Lacuesta Reserva Vermouth matures beautifully in new French oak barrels from Allier, medium-toasted. Ideal as an aperitif, it is best served cold and accompanied by an orange peel and an olive.
NOSE: Aromatic, caramel mixture and dried orange peel first, then touch lightly smoked.
PALATE: Balanced, lingering bitterness that invites another drink. Sweet at the entrance and at the end.
FINISH: Caramel and an earthy touch, roots.