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If you think vermouth is also a new-fashioned appearance that lives in one or the other hip bar, you are unfortunately wrong.

Hundreds of years ago roots, bark and flowers were put into wine and then various sweeteners were added. To be precise, it still belongs to the wine category today, because even today it has to consist of 75% wine to be able to call itself vermouth. Likewise, the use of one or more varieties of wormwood is mandatory – Artemisia Absinthium, Artemisia Pontica or Artemisia Martima are the most commonly used varieties. The wormwood herb, which was already used by Hippocrates to combat memory loss, is said to activate receptors in the brain and thus protect the brain functions from deteriorating.

According to European law, vermouth may contain the addition of sugar and sugar colour.Therefore, as with other alcoholic beverages, there is a gradation with regard to the sugar it contains.

– extra dry: under 30 g sugar per liter and a minimum alcohol content of 15% vol.
– dry: less than 50 g sugar and a minimum of 16% vol.
– semi dry: between 50 and 90 g sugar per liter
– semi sweet: between 90 and 130 g sugar
– sweet: from 130 g per liter, 150 g are widely used

With a few exceptions, red vermouth varieties are based on white wine, which is then colored accordingly.

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Tart herb, coarse taste - that is HELMUT the Red. The powerful fruit of ripe blackberries, paired with spicy aromas of laurel and rosemary. A premium vermouth with a strong character for courageous ta (...)

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Fine herb, delicate taste - that is HELMUT der Weiße. The mild sweetness of orange blossom, paired with floral notes of lavender and fresh meadow herbs. An elegant premium vermouth for delicate taste (...)

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