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Mignon Vermouth

Vermouth Rosso

Wine liqueur

Red lips like blood, white skin like snow, ebony hairs color and big unaffected eyes.
It is a story that was born in Piedmont by their most famous lovers.
It is the story of Vermouth.
Elio Carta writes again the future, creating a jewel of pure Sardinian passion:
The red Vermouth.

10 cl


18% Vol

18% Vol


Wine liqueur

Wine liqueur


Silvio Carta Vermouth Rosso

Wine liqueur


Intense ebony.


To the noise relieases Mediterranean Bush perfume, rosemary, laurel, pine needles, resin and pine nuts, on a sea breeze background.


Intense, full and smooth, on perfect balance with a alcoholic touch, rich in shades of grass and ripe fruit, strong cleaning ending that brings behind a long mineral trail.


In the middle of the second world war, the able man are in the front and working in the farms, to make sure their families, youths and senior will survive.

What they are producing is not enough to live in because of the few farmers employed.

There is also to think that government will require his substantial part of manufacturing.

Therefore, the black market begins to develop, for a pure survival matter. Everything is hidden and everyone is hidden.

The wine, exchanged in large wood cases made of chestnut containing fifty liters each, finds its perfect shelter, between helichrysim and shrubbery.

This wine resists well during winter time, but on summer all becomes complicated: beyond the helichrysum scent, the wine gains a high alcoholic concentration and a bitter flavour.

Nobody wants to buy a wine that undrinkable.

The sale of wine stops during summer time only to start again in winter.

With the Sardinian economic rise after the war, like in the rest of Italy, the use of Vermouth grows. Vermouth was a wine liqueur made years before by Vittorio Emanuele II of Savoia in a hunting lodge, where he was giving hospitality to his lover Rosina.

The young Silvio Carta, already managing the newborn homonym cellar, finds in Vermouth a recall at this smuggling wine, understanding immediately that the secret stays in the addition of sugar.

Elio produces Vermouth using Vernaccia and by continuing to apply the antique recipe until today and therefore, creating a unique product.


Do you want to take your taste buds on a fantastical journey? Red Vermouth and Parmigiano Reggiano 60 months. That’s it.