Cora grew quite successfully until World War II, then went into decline, and was eventually purchased by spumante producer Bosca in 1984. Gallo, a mass market winery founded in 1933, has been producing imitative, low-priced red and dry vermouths for much of its history, mainly for the US market.Their products were ubiquitous during the mid-Century decades.(COR-uh) Another early Torino producer that was, for a time, the officially sanctioned producer of Vermouth di Torino.Cora was the first Torino producer to begin exporting their product as well as the first vermouth exporter to the United States market (1838) as well as to South America.Martini & Rossi (known as Martini Sola & Cia until 1879) was agile and adept at distribution and export from the start. Martini & Rossi is one of the world's great liquor brands, recently promoted in most markets simply as “Martini”. 1900 and has been extremely successful in the US market since World War II.Check label for current production; contents may vary significantly in different markets which is a cause for concern. is a red vermouth chinato introduced in 2013 to celebrate Martini’s 150th Anniversary.
Neither wine contains wormwood, and neither is immitative of any traditional style of vermouth. Many vermouths are regional products that don’t get exported to the U. However, the marketplace is fluid, and we will add more listings as adequate information becomes available.S., and admittedly, the listings here are biased toward the U. New World vermouth producer based in New York City.Antica Formula is an example of the vermouth alla vaniglia style: a red vermouth with added vanilla flavoring and sugar to balance.Note: Antica Formula is based on an old recipe, but it is not Carpano's original vermouth recipe.
Adulterating Vermouth di Torino with bitters or vanilla flavoring—almost like a cockail—when drinking it is an Turinese custom dating back at least to the mid-1800s; this style has bitters built-in.