A superior French dry vermouth. The white wine base allowed to 'cook' in the open air during a year of oak maturation before flavouring and fortification. The blend is then aged for a further year before release.
Well, it's not white vermouth and it's not red vermouth - so it must be amber vermouth! Traditionally only available from the producer, we are lucky to have it. Apparently, this is made in the same way as the standard offerings, with the addition of cinnamon and vanilla for extra richness and depth of flavour.