Vermouth di Torino is a collective heritage of Piedmont, which sees in the royal Savoy court as first big promoter of a product which, mainly starting from the late XVIII century, generated a flourishing industry which led Piedmont to become the Kingdom of Vermouth. In occasion of the 120 years from the foundation, Storico Vermouth di Torino is again produced according to the original recipe of Giulio Cocchi. This vermouth belongs to the category of the sweet vermouths, or Italian vermouths, sweet and amber as indicated in the manuals of the late XIX century. Storico Vermouth di Torino Cocchi has been the protagonist of the international rebirth of the top-of-the-range vermouths and the renovated interest of the great barmen for the denomination Vermouth di Torino so that it is also familiarly denominated “Cocchi Torino”. In a very short time, it’s become one of the top-of-the-range Vermouths chosen in the best bars of the world.
Dassai Junmai Daiginjo 45
“There is no reason for us to craft sake unless it’s super delicious.”, this is the Dassai way. Using Yamada-Nishiki rice polished down to 45%, we deliver fruit aromatics and delicate sweetness. Made from Yamadanishiki rice (the highest quality rice for sake) polished to 45% of its original volume, Dassai 45 presents a fresh and fruity palette with aromas of pear, grape, pineapple, apricot and watermelon but also notes of chestnut and puffed rice. This rich, structured and powerful sake can be enjoyed chilled as an aperitif but is also the ideal companion for all types of dishes such as white meats and poultry as well as cheese. Sake or nihonshu is a Japanese alcoholic beverage with a volume of 14 to 17%. It is made from a mixture of water, yeast and steamed rice, a small part of which has been inoculated with a microscopic fungus, the koji, in order to improve fermentation.
- Rice Type : 100% Yamadanishiki
- Rice Polishing Ratio : 45%
Cocchi Storico Vermouth di Torino
COCCHI STORICO VERMOUTH DI TORINO
CHARACTERISTICSThe original recipe of Giulio Cocchi calls for the use of herbs such as Cinchona and rhubarb which lightly colour of brown the beautiful clear wine. In order to emphasize its amber tone, the addition of sugar browned on fire emphasizes its amber tone, giving together with colour also a special note to the taste: crunchy and cotton candy able to round all the bitter tastes without using vanilla. A thrilling vermouth, rich in sensations: among the herbs and the aromatizing spices, Artemisia and citrus are the protagonists with their balanced bitter and citrusy notes which characterize Cocchi style. A rich taste with vibrant notes of cocoa and bitter orange. From the infusion of some noble and balsamic woods, we have in the end light aromas of camphor and rosemary notes. Among the minor ingredients, herbs and woods with unique perfumes such as sandal, musk, myrrh and nutmeg.
HOW TO DRINKDelicious when pure on ice and a small lemon zest, but also an essential base for the creation of the most classic cocktails from Negroni to Manhattan.
TECHNICAL INFOAlcohol content: 16% Vol Bottle content: 75 Cl Ingredients: wine, sugar, alcohol, aromatic herbs infusion and spices. Close the bottle with its cork after opening. Once open, keep chilled and drink within a month.
Tanaka Shuzo Tokubetsu Junmai Shu Chateau Shirasagi 65
Displays elegant nose with papaya aromas on the front and notes of fennel, vegetal, white radish, turnip. On the palate, it is round and smooth with yellow fruits, apricot, melon and exotic fruits. Recommended to serve at 14℃ in a wine glass, and pair with Spanish Paella with gambas.
- Rice Type : 100% Yamadanishiki
- Rice Polishing Ratio : 65%
- Sake Meter Value : -10
- Acidity : 1.6
This is a rich full-bodied sake with rich Junmai rice flavour. The two different sake rice used compliment each other and are allowed to shine when combined with the super pure water from the snowmelt of Mt. Fuji and their proprietary yeast. This sake has notes of fresh water that play along with an underlying sweetness from the rice, true to their belief that both the water and rice should be at the forefront of sake flavor. Rice Type: Gohyakumangoku and Miyamanishiki Rice Polishing Ratio: 60% Sake Meter Value: 1.5 Acidity: 1.75 Recommended Food Pairing: Sushi, Sashimi, Seafood
DAN Yamahai Junmai
Rich flavour with good balance of acidity. Crisp and refreshing, it’s a flexible sake that can be enjoyed at any temperature. Subtle aroma with banana and pear on nose after you open it. You can feel the touch of unique sweetness and acidity obviously from the traditional Yamahai brewing method. Medium-bodied with amazing Umami flavor. A very good partner for food pairing. Rice Type: Yamadanishiki and Gohyakumangoku Rice Polishing Ratio: 60% Sake Meter Value: 2.5 Acidity: 1.5 Recommended Food Pairing: Sushi, Sashimi, Seafood
Cocchi Dopo Teatro Vermouth Amaro
DOPO TEATRO VERMOUTH AMARO
It’s a rare “evening vermouth” called Dopo Teatro on the wake of Piedmonts tradition to drink a small cup of cool vermouth with lemon zest in the evening, maybe after watching a performance in one of the historic theatres of the Savoy capital.
CHARACTERISTICSVermouth Amaro Cocchi has been created according to the original recipe by Giulio Cocchi where Artemisia was enriched with rhubarb, quassia wood, chiretta and a double infusion of cinchona. The addition of Barolo Chinato to the base wine gives delicately red nuances and a further soft and complex note – totally Cocchi style.
HOW TO DRINK ITThe richness of the bitter principles makes this vermouth a tonic aperitif and a pleasant end of meal. Today it is perfect as a bittering ingredient for the best cocktails.
TECHNICAL INFOAlcohol content: 16% Vol Bottle content: 75 Cl Ingredients: wine, sugar, alcohol, aromatic herbs infusion and spices. Close the bottle with its cap after opening. Once open, keep chilled and drink within a month
DAN Junmai Ginjo
Slightly dry, sweet and fruity Junmai ginjo made from Yamadanishiki rice. Refreshing with firm umami rice flavour. Excellent choice for food pairing. Rice Type: 100% Yamadanishiki Rice Polishing Ratio: 55% Sake Meter Value: 0 Acidity: 1.8
Dassai Junmai Daiginjo 39
Showing a luscious and juicy character with a nectar-like sweetness on the palate, followed by a long bright finale. Produced by the Asahi Shuzo brewery, Dassai 39 is a premium sake of the Junmai Daiginjo type, which means that the rice used has been polished to more than 50% and no alcohol has been added. As the name suggests, this premium sake has a residual rice grain content of 39% so that only the noblest part of the rice remains, the heart. The finesse of its aromas is a perfect accompaniment to shellfish, fish in sauce and grilled or steamed vegetables. Sake or Nihonshu is a Japanese alcoholic beverage with a 14% to 17% volume content, made from a mixture of water, yeast and steamed rice, a small part of which has been previously sown with a microscopic fungus, the koji, to allow better fermentation. This, is Junmai-Daiginjo.
- Rice Type : 100% Yamadanishiki
- Rice Polishing Ratio : 39%
Gonzalez Byass Tres Palmas
Biological ageing taken to its limit. A Fino Amontillado between life and death. 10 years ageing on contact with “the flor” endow it with a unique character. Just one barrel No. 33, was selected for this release from the 149 barrels that make up this historic La Constancia solera. This year Tío Pepe reached its most refined maturity in just one barrel No. 33. 10 years of biological ageing have produced the most elegant oxidation. A Fino Amontillado that expresses the Jerezano quality of a great wine like none other.
DAN Yamahai Junmai Ginjo
Yamahai Junmai Ginjo, a rarity in Japanese sake. This sake is a beautiful combination made with yamahai method, bringing out the richness and aroma from the Bizen Omachi rice. The nose is elegant, with fruity notes of apple and slightly lactic notes. It is rich and creamy in the mouth, umami is present. Rice Type: 100% Bizen Omachi Rice Polishing Ratio: 55% Sake Meter Value: -2 Acidity: 1.85
Kokuryu Kuzuryu Daiginjo (Gohyakumangoku)
This Daiginjo-shu is best drunk warm. While premium Daiginjo are usually not drunk warm, Kuzuryuu Daiginjo was created in 2004 as a Daiginjo specially for warm sake. Enjoy it warm for a deep, refined flavor that has matured over time. It has a gorgeous aroma characteristic of daiginjo-shu, and an elegant and delicate aroma. Recommended way to drink: Chill to 5 - 10 degree Celsius or warm it to 40 - 45 degree Celsius Tasting Notes: Fresh, fruity, and smooth when cold, Round and fullbody when warm. Food pairing:cold - sashimi, sushi, and fresh cheese. Warm - Tampura, meat dishes, grilled and fired foods Grade Daiginjo Rice Fukui Gohyakumangoku Rice Polishing Ratio 50% rice polishing Alcohol content 15 degrees Nihonshu-do +4 Acidity: 1.0 Production Region Fukui Prefecture
Rumiko no Sake Junmai Ginjo
Gorgeous aroma with rich flavour. Its moderate acidity goes well with food, and you can enjoy it served chilled or warm.
- Rice Type: Yamadanishiki (Koji) & Hattan 35 Gou (Kake Mai)
- Rice Polishing Ratio: 50%
- Sake Meter Value: +5.0
- Acidity: 1.7
- Recommended Serving Tempearture: Cold, 45°c Warm