Vermouth Carlo Alberto by Compagnia dei Caraibi was born in Turin in 1837.

Initially used as a medicinal beverage, thanks to its strong herbaceous presence, it soon became popular in the royal courts. With the strong influence of the royal families, at the end of the nineteenth century it became fashionable to meet at the end of the day in the famous cafes of Turin for some gossip, for a debut in society, for a word between gentlemen.  Between 6 and 7 p.m. people used to sip Vermuttino, vermouth soiled with a drop of seltzer.

Thus was born the hour of Vermouth, the ancestor of our aperitif.

Vermouth Carlo Alberto is a product of excellence, unique in the world and privileged by rare ingredients and ancient procedures that require experience, skill, delicacy and extreme patience.

The recipe today has 27 herbs and calls for the use of Piedmontese DOCG wines; in fact, only Erbaluce di Caluso and M.P.F. from Moscato grapes are used for Riserva Carlo Alberto.


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Known in the world for the tradition and historicity of its production, Vermouth di Torino is an aromatic wine born in the 18th century at the foot of the Alps and appreciated by the royal court of Savoy. Vermouth di Torino is known in the world for the tradition and historicity of its production.

Vermouth is one of the most important ingredients used in classic cocktails such as Americano and Negroni.

Carlo Alberto has 5 references in its portfolio:

  • Riserva Carlo Alberto Red
  • Carlo Alberto White Reserve
  • Carlo Alberto Dry Reserve
  • Carlo Alberto Red
  • Carlo Alberto White

For pure consumption, the Riserva line is particularly recommended.

Riserva Carlo Alberto White won the gold medal 2020 in the important international competition World Vermouth Awards. Riserva Carlo Alberto Dry won the silver medal.

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