The Vermouth Vividor is made according to the traditional recipe
developed by Mr. Antonio Arráez Garrigós, founder of Arráez Winery in 1950.
They select the best Monastrell grape in the region to make this vermouth.
Successively, the wine is macerated with 20 aromatic plants, roots and secret botanicals with a special predominance of Sarsaparilla botanical, which gives it the typical aromatic character.
Winery: Bodegas Arráez
Type: Vermouth Rojo
ABV: 15% vol.
Appearance: Red amber and clean.
Nose: Vividor has an intense aroma of aromatic herbs with notes
spicy and balsamic touches.
Palate: In the mouth it presents a great balance between acidity, bitterness and sweetness and aftertaste with a botanical character
Pairing: A Vermouth to accompany aperitifs, must be served very cold.
Best served at: 4 – 6ºC
Los Arráez Arcos red wine paired with Mediterranean food, rice, white meat, fish, etc. Its freshness, lightness and balance, it has a great versatility showing the natural characteristics of a forgotten variety that we are gradually revaluing.