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Dolin

Dolin Vermouth Rouge

Dolin is among the few remaining independent producers of Vermouth in the world and the last producing Vermouth de Chambery, still made according to the principles which earned Chambery, France's only A.O. The Rouge contains more than fifty alpine herbs, its elegant, firm and balanced and not excessively sweet.Selected Stores Only

Dolin Vermouth Dry

A dry vermouth from the last independent producer in Chambéry. This region is the only one in France to have received an appellation d'origine contrôlée for its vermouths. It's made with natural ingredients locally grown plants are macerated and only real sugar is used as well as a large percentage of high-quality wine.Selected Stores Only

Dolin Aperitif 'Bonal' a la Gentiane et Quinquina Non-Vintage

Dolin Vermouth Blanc (White) Non-Vintage

Dolin Vermouth Rouge (Red) Non-Vintage

Dolin Dry Vermouth

Founded in 1815, Dolin is among the few remaining independent producers of Vermouth in the world and the last producing Vermouth de Chambery, still made according to the principles which earned Chambery, France's only A.O. The dry vermouth is light, fresh and clean made from a delicate wine base and more than thirty Alpine herbs. From its start in 1821, it has long been the benchmark for fine French Vermouth.

Dolin Liqueur de Genepi Chamois

Génépy is a legendary alpine herbal liqueur, unique to the Savoy region, that dates back many hundreds of years. While comprised of a multitude of alpine herbs, the most prominent is a petite and rare variety of artemisia found principally in the high mountain air and adventure. Dolin is one of the few remaining houses that still relies on local herbs foraged in summer, and distillation in a venerable old copper alembic. Today, Génépy remains a darling of both intrepid hikers and French skiers. Served on the rocks or with tonic water, and a welcome addition to hot chocolate. Le Chamois is Dolin’s oldest Génépy recipe, dating back to 1821, when Joseph Chavasse first established what is today Maison Dolin. Its gentle sweetness and heady herbal character have pronounced notes of chamomile, sage and mint. To many French consumers, the Dolin name is inextricably linked to this signature Génépy recipe and the alpine experience.

Dolin Aperitif Bonal

Convent recipe 1869 infusion of Cinchona & Gentian root in a Mistelle

Dolin Vermouth Dry Non-Vintage

Dolin DOLIN BITTER DE CHAMBERY