The vermouth, Lillet Blanc 75cl (£13.21), is produced by Lillet with origins in France with 17% of alcohol strength. 4,3 of 5 points is the average score of this vermouth according to Uvinum users.
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Description · Lillet
Lillet Blanc 75cl (Sauvignon Blanc, Muscadelle and Sémillon)
- View: Lillet Blanc 75cl presents a yellow colour.
- Nose: Noses crops.
- Mouth: Awesome flavour.
PRODUCTION: Lillet Blanc 75cl is an aperitif drink made from rigorously selected wines (Sémillon and Sauvignon) and natural fruit liqueurs, obtained by macerating sweet and bitter oranges in alcohol for several months. Using a traditional process, it matures in oak vats for 8 to 12 months
ALCOHOL: 17% Vol
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Highlighted review about Lillet Blanc 75cl
Posted on 24/09/16 at 04.51
The Lillet is a fortified aperitif on the base of rigorously selected wines (85 %) and liqueurs of fruits (15 %), obtained after several months of maceration in the alcohol of fruits (sweet oranges of the South of Spain, bitter oranges of Haiti, green oranges of Morocco or of Tunisia, quinquina...read complete
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Posted on 21/11/14 at 10.02
Having been introduced to Lillet by a bar tender in Bordeaux we were blow away by the fresh citrusy taste and refreshing and uplifting drink. We subsequently went on to experience the wonderful...read complete
Posted on 22/12/13 at 11.04
Lillet (Aperitif) Blanc 75cl
Posted on 18/08/14 at 17.44
Wrap gold, flavors of crystallized oranges, honey. Full and fatty with the palate, it has a very beautiful length in mouth
GRAPES: Sauvignon Blanc, Semillon, Muscadelle...
Posted on 19/07/14 at 05.06
Snack of selected wines and fruit liqueurs created in 1887 in Pondensac, south of Bordeaux. It is a mixture of wine grapes, oranges, quinine and orange peels. Currently recognized as the...read complete
Posted on 24/05/13 at 13.11
Manufacturer Lillet Freres Origin France, Lillet Blanc Podensac description is a blend of 85% wine and 15% fruit liqueurs. Besides the typical wines of the Gironde give bowls of sweet oranges from...read complete