- La Copa Vermouth Extra Seco
- Palomino, Pedro Ximenez
- Spain > Jerez
- White, Dry, Medium-Bodied, Spicy, Zesty
- Cook with it, mix a cocktail, drink it on the rocks or dab a little bit behind your ears. Versatile vermouth.
- Add depth to your seared scallops,
- stir into an Obituary
- or serve it neat in a chilled glass.
Nose: Intense, mature, green fruit, herbaceous, nutty
Mouth: Medium Bodied, dry, medium-high acidity, intense, medium-long finish, salty, sherried, spicy
- Gonzalex Byass, the sherry behemoth, took full advantage of the 2010's cocktail craze by reviving their late 19th century vermouth recipe and bottling both a La Copa rojo y blanco. The blanco, extra seco, wears its sherry roots on its sleeve, with impassioned notes of salt air and sea brine coupled with whiffs of aged-to-over-aged wine. Green and herbaceous aromas fill in the gaps. Very fino-like.
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