A splendid red aperitif hailing from the Bordeaux region of France, Lillet Rouge is less famous than its Blanc sister (so beloved of James Bond) and will add welcome pep to your Manhattans and Negronis.
A new product for the 21st century from Lillet, on release their first in over fifty years. It's a blend of red and white Bordeaux wines mixed with herb and fruit liqueurs before aging in oak. A fantastic aperitif in the same vein as their rightly famed blanc and rouge.
The 2006 vintage of Lillet's top of the range red vermouth, only produced in years where they find a base wine good enough. A marriage of Bordeaux, fruit and herbs aged in oak and ready to be enjoyed young or left to age and gain further complexity.