Capitoline Vermouth & Aperitivi
We Americans once drank enormous amounts vermouth,; this tradition was derailed by Prohibition and WWII. Thankfully a handful of American artisans are working towards a revival of these forgotten potions. Peter and Kat began their self-taught vermouth journey together in restaurants in Washington, DC by experimenting, tinkering, and drinking.
Capitoline is made by hand in small batches, aromatized with a series of botanicals with which they aim to create balanced and unique vermouths. Unlike most commercial vermouth production, the base wines are carefully selected as a critical part of the final vermouths’ foundations; they fortify with a lovely red winter wheat spirit distilled at New Columbia Distillers by their friends and partners, Michael and John.
They produce three bottlings of vermouth—rosé, white, and dry—as well as a lovely bitters, Tiber.
|Image||PRODUCT||Description||Country / Region||Region||Materials|
|DB0201-NV||Dry Vermouth||Aromatic and dry stainless steel fermented, blended white wine, fortified with local grain spirit infused with 13 botanicals and spices.||United States||District of Columbia|
|DB0202-NV||White Vermouth||Aromatic and luscious - stainless steel fermented, blended white wine, fortified with local grain spirit infused with 14 botanicals and... Read More||United States||District of Columbia|
Rosé of California whole cluster carbonic Sangiovese, fortified with local grain spirit infused with 13 botanicals and spices. Behaves... Read More
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|DB0200-NV||Tiber Bitters||A blend of bitter, citrus, spice, and ginger. Named after Rome’s great river and Washington’s own Tiber Creek, our Aperitivo is inspired by... Read More||United States||District of Columbia|