Vermouth is a wine that has been "pimped" if you'll excuse the term, with a huge vairety of herbs, spices, roots, flowers, seeds, spices and barks. It is then fortified with a distilled alcohol which helps to keep it open for longer than a wine. The name Vermouth has its origins from the German word "wermut" which means wormwood.
This Vermouth is made in Spain in the region of Rioja and has been made there using this recipe with over 20 botanicals since 1937. This is a sweeter version than the white vermouths. Use in any number of classic cocktails that need a sweet red vermouth such as a Manhatten, Negroni, Blood and Sand, Martinez or a Rob Roy.