A new vermouth from Padró & Co.

This vermouth is started off with an initial infusion consisting only of mountain herbs noted for their small roots and very aromatic flowers. The vermouth then absorbs these aromas whilst resting for the next two years in wooden barrels. Following the aging process, a second herb formula is added, a blend of plant bark and roots found in our area and which increase the intensity of the flavours and give the vermouth its bitter essence.

Rojo Amargo comes with premium packaging in a smart cylindrical format with embossed copper-coloured lettering. If UV light falls onto the bottle at any time, its fluorescent colours reveal a hidden side!

Serve with Amaretto and a dash of angostura bitters.


Gold medal – International Wine Awards 2017

Gold medal – Hong Kong International Wine & Spirits Competition 2018
Silver medal – IWSC 2017
Silver medal –  San Francisco World Spirits 2017
92 points – Penin Spirits & Cocktail Guide 2017

Packaging Awards:
Double Gold – San Francisco World Spirits 2017
Gold – IWSC 2017

The wine-making origins of the Padro family date back to 1886 and to the village of Brafim (Tarragona), which at the time was a busy agricultural hub. The family still make and bottle all their vermouths, blending their own Mediterranean-style wines with unique infusions of carefully selected herbs and spices. The vermouths are aged for up to 2 years in wooden barrels with a history all of their own, giving each vermouth its own very special character.