The ‘Salon des vins d’importation privée RASPIPAV’ was the perfect excuse for our Padró & Co. vermouths to pick up some extra limelight in Montreal, Quebec, a market in which happily we are growing steadily.
In fact, Canada in general is very receptive of EU food and beverages and, according to the European Commission both wine and vermouth are high on the list of the most exported products.
Our Padró & Co. vermouths attracted plenty of attention from among the 3,000 or so visitors passing through the fair and RASPIPAV proved to be an ideal stage on which to present our Rojo Clásico for the first time and strengthen consumer confidence in our Blanco Reserva and Dorado Amargo Suave, the first two vermouths to arrive in Quebec.
The third day of RASPIPAV, exclusively for industry buyers, helped bring these three Padró & Co. vermouths closer to a more specialized audience and allowed us to gather some first-hand impressions from the experts in the market. Overall a huge success!
Vermouth in Spain is traditionally a Sunday/Terrace/Sunshine concept, but our Padró & Co. vermouths also make a fantastic accompaniment to a pleasant evening in front of an efficient fireplace with a slice of cheese or a in good cocktail.
- Negroni, a classic cocktail, never old-fashioned
There is more than one story about how this cocktail got its name, but the most popular one involves the famed count Camillo Negroni of Florence, who, at one point during the roaring twenties, used to frequent the celebrated Caffè Casoni in Florence. The café was a regular watering hole…
- Vermouth Padró & Co. triumphs in international ratings
Further congratulations are in order, for our Padró & Co. vermouths. Following the five awards received recently at the Vinari Vermouth Awards here in Spain, at which our Padró & Co. Reserva Especial was awarded the Grand Gold Medal for Best Vermouth 2018, our vermouths have received recognition at international…