This is a full bodied vermouth, with plenty of jamy blackberry and dark cherry fading into an appropriately bitter-edged finish.
- Wine and Spirit
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The producer jokingly calls it “Bone White Boissiere,” but it's indeed bracingly dry, with mouthwatering acidity. The aroma has a faint earthiness but no sweetness to it, while the palate adds mild pear and elderflower, finishing with just a squeak of citrus. Sip with a curl of lemon peel, or substitute it for dry Sherry in food pairings or cocktails.