Established in 1856, Comoz was the second-oldest of the Chambéry vermouth producers after Dolin, and was perhaps the first to produce the crystal-clear Blanc style. Introduced in 1881, Comoz Vermouth Blanc expressed Claudius Comoz’s selection of wines, plants and fruits, many of which come from the hills above Chambéry. True to its historic character, Comoz Blanc is less sweet than other vermouth blancs, with minimal vanilla revealing notes of stone fruits, alpine flowers and a deep, resonant undercurrent of wormwood. Drink on the rocks with a twist, or mix with gin, vodka, or blanco tequila. It was also the original vermouth called for in the El Presidente cocktail.