New York’s First Ever Vermouth

After a rigorous hike in the Alps, Adam Ford and his wife Glynis toasted their feat over a locally made vermouth in the Italian town of Courmayeur. That day, his perception of vermouth–and in turn, that of many New Yorkers–was changed forever.

After a rigorous hike in the Alps, Adam Ford and his wife Glynis toasted their feat over a locally made vermouth in the Italian town of Courmayeur.  That day, his perception of vermouth–and in turn, that of many New Yorkers–was changed forever. 

Read the story in our current issue for more on New York’s first ever vermouth and it’s wildly determined maker.

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