According to the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and firearms(BATF), vermouth is a type of aperitif wine that is made from grape juice and has the taste, aroma, and characteristics generally attributed to vermouth. The BATF regulations also state that aperitif wines fulfilling the characteristics of vermouth shall be so designated.


Vermouth is classified as an aromatized or aromatic wine, containing 15 to 21 percent alcohol.


Vermouth is usually classified as dry/French or sweet/Italian. However, France and Italy are not the only countries that produce vermouth.

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