Contratto Vermouth Bianco
"Under the category of Vermouth include aromatized and liqueur wines, which are enriched with natural products, such as herbs, seeds, roots, flowers, bark of trees and spices. The modern versions were produced for the first time in 1757 in Turin. Vermouth was used for medical treatment until the nineteenth century, when it became an important ingredient in many of the most famous classic cocktails, such as Martini, Manhattan, and Negroni. In addition to being consumed as an aperitif or an ingredient for cocktails, dry Vermouth is also used as a substitute for white wine in the kitchen."