Vermouth di Torino became a geographical denomination in 1991. The Vermouth di Torino Institute drafted regulations governing the production of this special type of vermouth that would become Law 1826. Today, Vermouth di Torino is recognized as one of Piedmont’s finest quality exports.
Vermouth di Torino is a special classification of Vermouth that must meet the following requirements:
- Must be produced and bottled in Piedmont.
- The base wines must be 100% Italian.
- The main flavoring must come from Artemisia grown in Piedmont, with additional herbs and spices allowed.
- Alcohol by volume must be between 16% and 22%.