Could Rosé Negronis be the next cocktail trend for 2022?

Maison Mirabeau and Vault Vermouth have collaborated to create a limited-edition Rosé Vermouth and suggest a new trend for Rosé Negronis.

Jessica Mason, Drinks Business

The vermouth, which has been created to complement Mirabeau’s Dry Rosé Gin and to ultimately give people the chance to mix Rosé Negronis, is being positioned as an “aromatic aperitif which boasts captivating Riviera aromas” and different to what is already out there for mixologists.

Realised, as many good things are, over a glass of wine, Maison Mirabeau and Vault Vermouth came together, recognising the surplus stock of Mirabeau’s 2019 Vintage Prét-à-Porter  rosé and decided that they would make the ideal base liquid to produce Vermouth. As a result, two forward-thinking brands have given new life to surplus stock and created a small batch of aromatic wine-based aperitif out of the situation.

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