Dolin

At 25 years old, Joseph Chavasse created a liquor distillery at Les Eschelles in the province of Mont Blanc. The mountains overlooking his birth place were a wonderful alpine garden where he could find the plants he needed to create the liqueurs he had

Dolin is now the last independent company still producing Vermouth de Chambery. The others have all been swallowed by large international companies, often more interested in quantity and 'branding' than quality. Fortunately, Dolin has stayed true to its founding principles which earned Chambery France's only A.C. for Vermouth back in 1932.

Dolin produces its vermouth in Chambery itself, macerating real plants rather than pre-prepared infusions, and using real sugar as opposed to other sweetening products. The finished Vermouth contains 75-80% wine, much more than most industrial aromatised 'wines'. The Dolin secret recipe continues to be made from the herbs and aromatic plants naturally found in the Alpine meadows above Chambery. These are individual Vermouths of remarkable freshness, purity and complexity. Dolin Vermouths are notably lighter, drier and less pungent than their larger commercial counterparts.

In addition to vermouth, Dolin also produces a range of French Alpine Spirits and Bonal Chartreuse that are imported to Canada in small quantities. 

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