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Muz Vermut Natural 1LT, Bodega Partida Creus NV
We offer Next Working Day delivery on orders placed before midday from Monday to Thursday which will arrive between 9am -12pm. Orders received before midday on Friday will be processed for delivery on Monday, while all orders received during the weekend will be processed on Monday for delivery on Tuesday.
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Partida Creus is a small artisanal winery, which produces limited quantities of high quality wine made from organic grapes. The viticultural philosophy of Partida Creus is founded in a strong respect for nature. The goal is to revive lost techniques of cultivation, establish an ethical relationship between farmer and land, to consistently maintain high quality and do so in a sustainable manner.
A natural Vermouth made with a blend of citrus and alpine spices from organic white and red grapes. An aperitif to enjoy with ice and a cutting of orange peel.
Producer Partida Creus
Origin Bonastre, Catalonia, Spain
Alcohol 15% ABV
Bottle size 1000ml
Winemaking Manual harvested, fermented in steel vats with indigenous yeast.
No filtration, no addition of sulphur
Notes Natural, Organic, Biodynamic principles