Vermouth La Copa Extra Seco
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Special characteristics of the wine:
Preparation of the Vermouth La Copa Extra Seco
Fine selects and a careful selection of botanicals, among which the bitterness of wormwood and savory, combined with clear touches, make up the recipe used by González Byass for the preparation of Extra Dry Vermouth.
What kind of vermouth is La Copa Extra Seco
Fine Sherry Wine Base with a marked dry character and a salty finish, with citrus macerations and a selection of botanicals where savory, cloves and cinnamon stand out.
The Tio Pepe winery
The Tio Pepe winery belongs to the González Byass group.
In 1835, a young man named Manuel María González Ángel arrived in Jerez, intending to make a name for himself in the prosperous and profitable Jerez wine business. Encouraged by the constant growth of exports, that same year he bought a small winery and began to produce and export his own wines. This was the beginning of Bodegas Tío Pepe, which, due to the growing success of the company, became the González Byass company soon after.
Today, Bodegas Tío Pepe is known throughout the world as one of the main producers of Jerez and Brandy del Marco de Jerez wine.
Variety of grapes used in Vermouth La Copa Extra Seco
Variety: Pedro Ximenez
Pairing of Vermouth La Copa Extra Seco
Ideal to accompany with tapas and as cocktails
Occasions where Vermouth La Copa Extra Seco is appropriate
As an aperitif and before meals.
Price / quality ratio Vermouth La Copa Extra Seco
Alcohol Grade Vermouth La Copa Extra Seco
Vermouth optimal serving temperature La Copa Extra Seco
Recommended to consume at 10º-14º.
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