Lillet presents us the Lillet Rouge 75cl (£14.08), a vermouth with roots in France with an alcohol content of 17%. According to Uvinum users, this vermouth earns 4 out of 5 points.
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Description · Lillet
Lillet Rouge 75cl (Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot)
- Color: Lillet Rouge 75cl cherishes a beautiful ruby color.
- Smell: Smells of candied orange, honey, raspberry, with hints of blackberry, cherry and vanilla.
- Taste: Rich fresh mint on the palate with a lovely, long aromatic aftertaste.
ALCOHOL: 17% Vol
COUNTRY: Bordeaux, France.
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Highlighted review about Lillet Rouge 75cl
Posted on 27/04/15 at 13.07
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 13/01/17 at 11.37
- View: Lillet (Aperitif) 75cl Red has an intense red.
- Nose: Noses crops.
- Mouth: Awesome flavor.
ALCOHOL: 17% Vol
Posted on 27/04/15 at 14.53
- Color: Red
- Smell: Orange Herbal
- Taste: sweet wine notes
ALCOHOL 17% Vol
Posted on 20/04/15 at 05.18
Lillet (Aperitif) Rojo 75cl was faultless
Posted on 10/07/13 at 12.56
Lillet Rouge is awesome
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: Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot...
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 07/07/14 at 18.29
Lillet vermouth, red Lillet is unique because it can be compared to any other spirit. Lillet is a blend of 85% wine and 15% fruit liqueurs. Besides the typical wines of the Gironde give bowls of...read complete
Posted on 24/05/13 at 13.11
The History Already in the 18th century, the emerging port city was an important trading center for exotic spices and herbs that were hitherto unknown in Europe. Cane sugar from the West Indies,...read complete