Vermouth is still having a moment. With a new appreciation of it’s complexity and versatility, there is also a market for those wishing to imbibe in style, but at a lower dose of alcohol.
You can also read about Dry Vermouth and it’s production in this article.
Also, this article in the Australian Financial Review has a good outline of it’s history here in Australia.
Updated 1 September 2021
- Adelaide Hills Distillery, South Australia, Dry, Rosso, Rose
- Causes and Cures, Victoria, Semi Dry White and Rosso. Read review here
- Castagna Classic Dry, Victoria
- Cinq a Sept Small Batch Vermouth, Victoria
- JC’s Own Wermut, South Australia
- Jones Winery and Vineyard, Correll, Victoria
- Herbhaven Vermouth, Melbourne, Victoria
- Margan Family Wines New South Wales Hunter Valley- Vermouth Off Dry, and Off Sweet
- Maidenii,Victoria – Classic, Classic Unfiltered, Nocturne, Sweet and Dry. Read review here.
- Mac Forbes Winery, Victoria – limited release
- Morgan’s Winery and Distillery, Victoria
- Old Dog Vermouth, Samford Valley, Queensland
- Peter van Gent Winery, New South Wales
- Outlandish Claims, two versions to choose from white and red bitter style, Ravensworth Wines Canberra
- Regal Rogue, South Australia – Lively White, Wild Rose, Bold Red, Bianco, Rosso and Daring Dry
- Saison Vermouth, Victoria
- Skew Vermouth,South Australia
- The Mystic Vermouth, Victoria
- Turkey Flat Quinquina, South Australia
- Yuzu Vermouth, South Australia