94 points - JebDunnuckLeggi tutto
A rich golden with an orange hue, the NV Vermouth Di Torino is potent with intensity and notes of quinine, orange peel, coriander, and apricot. It is medium to full-bodied, with rich texture, rounded grapefruit citrus, and a wonderful snap of refreshing bitter herbs. This is a richer style of Vermouth to drink alone or on ice.
93 points – Wine Advocate, Monica LarnerLeggi tutto
Thanks to its funky retro packaging, this is one of the most exciting projects to come out of downtown Alba in a very long time. The Pio Cesare NV Vermouth di Torino sees a base of Chardonnay enhanced with Moscato. (Like the estate's other fortified wine, the Barolo Chinato, only 1,000 bottles are released per year.) The Vermouth pours forth from the bottle with an orange or copper color. It is thick and viscous, taking its time as it swirls around the bowl of my glass. The bouquet reveals mountain herb and medicinal tones, with lots of mint and spearmint. There is some blood orange, citrus, licorice, camphor ash, vanilla and spice. This Vermouth is all fun and charm.