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Vermouth - Nouilly Prat
Vermouth - Nouilly Prat

Flavors of France

Noilly Prat was originally a dry, straw-hued vermouth from Marseillan, in the Hérault département of southern France. Joseph Noilly, a herbalist, developed the first formula in 1813. It was the first example of a dry vermouth and is among the golden, straw and white vermouths generally known as "French Vermouth".

Noilly's Red and Ambre versions were introduced in the 1960s and 1980s respectively and are less widely known. Noilly Prat Dry is 18% alcohol by volume.

 
Recipes
Red Mullet with Lemon Leek Fondue and Lime Vermouth Sauce
Jacques Chibois, La Bastide Saint-Antoine, France
Raspberry Melon Tart with Meringue and Nuts
Jacques Chibois, La Bastide Saint-Antoine, France
Raspberry and Noilly Prat Coulis
Jacques Chibois, La Bastide Saint-Antoine, France
Melon and Noilly Prat Coulis
Jacques Chibois, La Bastide Saint-Antoine, France
Lobster Fricassee with Celery, Apple, Caviar and Vermouth
Firmin & Philippe Arrambide, Les Pyrénées, France
Sweetbreads with Pears and Girolles
Didier Clément, Grand Hôtel du Lion d'Or, France
Fall Fig with Baklava and Noilly Prat Ice Cream
Didier Clément, Grand Hôtel du Lion d'Or, France
Cream of yellow pepper soup with ginger
Johanna Maier, Johanna Maier & Söhne, Hôtel Hubertus, Autriche

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