Dry vermouth is made by blending red or white wine with neutral Spirits. The Spirit is then mixed with a special combination of botanicals, including distilled dry herbs, bark, roots, and flowers. The resulting mixture is then aged in oak barrels for anywhere from six months to two years. The final product is a dry, complex, and aromatic wine that can be enjoyed on its own or used as a cocktail mixer. Whether you’re a martini lover or a Manhattan aficionado, dry vermouth is a versatile and essential ingredient for your home bar.