Since 1946 MASCARÓ family has been concerned with controlling the quality of their products throughout the entire production process, from the vineyard to the bottling. The wine they use to make this vermouth is a Parellada variety and comes from their vineyard "Mas Miquel", former property of the Monks of the neighboring Cistercian Monastery of Santes Creus (Tarragona).
They have also used holandas from the soleras of Narciso Mascaró, founder of the company, which was popularly known as "Siset". The holandas are of the Ugni Blanc variety.
The taste and aroma characteristic of vermouth is provided by a group of plant species of the genus Artemis, juniper, cardamom and orange.
Mahogany color with orange reflections. Clean and bright appearance. The nose is round with notes of aromatic herbs, spices and a slight balsamic touch. It presents a good intensity in the mouth with an excellent balance between acidity and bitterness. Good structure and long and intense end.
Between 8 and 10ºC
It can be consumed with ice and a twist of lemon or grapefruit.