Traditional or Trendsetting? Whoever you are… there’s a Padró & Co. vermouth for you!
Our Rojo Amargo and our handcrafted crate containing the four Padró & Co. classics have been highlighted once again in La Conca 5.1, respected Spanish media publication specializing in the world of wine and winner of the industry’s Best Blog Award.
Although two essentially different concepts, our Rojo Amargo vermouth and the 4-bottle wooden crate have made a huge impact both in Spain and abroad thanks to a unique design and their exceptional quality – endorsed in the form of 17 gold medals in different Spanish and international awards.
Ruth Troyano, sommelier and journalist specialising in wine tourism, describes our Rojo Amargo as a “great guest” at family get-togethers or meals with friends. It is our “most daring and ground-breaking” vermouth, meant to herald the real essence of vermouth and leave traditional vermouth-drinking habits behind.
For more traditional tastes, Ruth recommends our handcrafted crate containing the four classic Padró & Co. vermouths. A very vintage look that teams up terrifically with the characteristic arabesque motifs on our vermouth bottles.
Everything comes down to taste. Are you reckless or romantic? However you are, there is always a Padró & Co. vermouth for you! Find out which one!
- Rojo Amargo: skillfully-made, seductive and shimmering
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- Padró & Co. Rojo Amargo vermouth, gourmet choice in Lifestyle magazine
Lifestyle magazine, published by Spain’s La Razón newspaper, has chosen our Padró & Co. Rojo Amargo as a new must-have vermouth. The magazine has a circulation of over 200,000, so this is a wonderful booster to our presence in Spain. Lifestyle highlights our Rojo Amargo’s very special characteristics: its intense…