Sun Break Vermouth™

Premium Small-Batch Vermouth

  • 17+ No-Spray and Organic Botanicals
  • Delicious on their own, chilled or on ice (not too sweet nor too bitter/medicinal) or as part of an awesome cocktail

Sun Break Vermouths are made from red and rosé base wines with the dominant aromas and flavors coming from the organic and no-spray botanical infusions. These are crafted to be enjoyed on their own, chilled, as apéritif wines; and of course, they shine in cocktails. We use no-spray practices on our property to grow several botanicals including wormwood, fennel, coriander, rose petals and rose hips.

Sun Break Rosé VermouthBright and floral, with citrus, alpine meadow, spice and bitter flavors. Produced from a rose’ of Pinot Noir and grape brandy (distilled from Pinot Noir) that is infused with 17 old- and new-world organic and no-spray botanicals. This includes rose petals, hibiscus flowers, rose hips, elder flower, orange peel, lemon peel, angelica root, gentian root, anise seed, fennel seed, coriander, sage, lemongrass, cinnamon, ginger root, roasted chicory root and wormwood. The residual sugar is 3% which technically makes this a dry vermouth (that is, under 4%) Enjoy on its own, chilled or on ice as an aperitif wine. Also delicious with a twist of lime or lemon, and/or with soda water, and of course this vermouth shines in cocktails such as a Martini or Negroni.

Sun Break Red Vermouth: Deep brick red in color. Dusty nose with heady baking spice, woodsy cedar, orange peel, cherry/cranberry flavors with bitter and nutty cardamom highlights. A blend of 20 old- and new-world organic and no-spray botanicals including cardamom, cinnamon, roasted chicory root, maqui berries, juniper berries, rose hips, elder flower, orange peel, sage, grains of paradise, angelica root, gentian root, horehound, blessed thistle, anise seed, fennel seed, wild cherry bark, elecampane root, Oregon grape, and wormwood. The base wine is Pinot Noir, and the brandy is distilled from Rose’ of Pinot Noir. Residual sugar: 9.5%

Enjoy on its own, chilled or on ice as an aperitif wine. Also delicious with a wedge or twist of orange, and/or with soda water, and of course this vermouth shines in cocktails such as a Manhattan.

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