Workshops & Tours

Join us on a fun an informative visit to a Vermouth producer in the Tarragona province, about an hour south of Barcelona (Spain). During the visit, we will take you through the steps of the production, and you will be able to smell and taste the botanicals (spices, herbs, peels, roots and barks) that you can find in a vermouth. At the end of the visit, you will have a guided tasting of eight different styles of vermouth, and we'll talk about what type of food to serve each one with.


The visit can be combined with lunch, and we can arrange transfer from your accommodation in Barcelona, Tarragona or anywhere along the Costa Dorada (the golden coast of Catalonia). The nearest train station is Camp de Tarragona, about a 12 minutes' drive to the bodega (wine cellar). You can also add a visit to a wine producer, and stay the night in a country house hotel. Don't hesitate to contact us for a customized vermouth and wine tour!

Visit a Vermouth



& Tapas

What can you serve with a glass of zesty white vermouth? What works best together with a spicy red? Vermouth comes in different flavour profiles that pairs with a variety of food. It is an ideal aperitif served with something savoury before the main meal, like olives, salty anchovies and potato crisps, but also works splendidly served with a cheese platter, smoked salmon or dark chocolate desserts. 


In this workshop we will taste the main vermouth styles and talk about what types of food they pair best with. Together we will prepare a selection of tapas to enjoy with different vermouth. These are simple recipes so no professional cooking skills are required. It's more a question of finding exciting food pairings that take your vermouth experience to the next level.



Mixing cocktails is fun and the vermouth family is a very versatile drink mixer. In this workshop we learn how to make classic vermouth cocktails like Negroni, Manhattan and Dry Martini. We also introduce our own interpretations of other famous cocktails and new delicious creations. We can also customize the workshop according to the style of cocktails that you like.


We provide all the ingredients and equipment needed for the cocktails, and during the workshop we will go through the recipes step by step so it's easy to follow for everyone. At the end of the class, we taste our cocktails and enjoy each others company.

Yes, you can make your own vermouth! Vermouth is basically a spiced, fortified wine, but there are different ways to prepare it and to customize it to your unique taste. Traditional vermouth is usually made through the time-consuming process of cold maceration and infusion, but during this workshop we will speed up the process and steep the botanicals in hot wine to ensure full extraction during a shorter timeframe. By the end of the class, you will have your own bottle of vermouth.


We provide all the ingredients and equipment needed to make your very own vermouth, and during the workshop we'll go through all the steps of how to prepare it. While we let the botanicals steep, we will present the history of vermouth and its predecessors, introduce you to some historical figures, and go through the more common ingredients used in vermouth around the world.

Make Your Own Vermouth




Our vermouth workshops are highly appreciated group activities during conferences, parties and other events, and can easily be combined into a Vermouth Masterclass, or customized according to what works best for you.

The Make Your Own Vermouth workshop is a fun break during any corporate event or party, and maybe add in a competitive element and nominate the best vermouth. The cocktail workshop has been a success at many weddings and other large parties (no bartender required). We prepare and bring all the ingredients and equipment needed, and set up for the workshop at your preferred location. Don't hesitate to contact us for a customized vermouth experience and a quote.