American Vermouths

With a whole new crop of fortified wine debuting in the U.S., we've put together a selection of our favorite American vermouths.

With a whole new crop of fortified wine debuting in the U.S., we've put together a selection of our favorite American vermouths. Featured in: Vermouth on the Rise

Imbue Petal & Thorn

Imbue Petal & Thorn Vermouth
($27; imbuecellars.com) is bold like an Italian amaro, with pine and orange tea notes.Ingalls Photography

Interrobang Sweet

Interrobang Sweet Vermouth
($18; archervineyard.com) is suffused with bitter orange and baking spices; it's reminiscent of cola.Ingalls Photography

Vya Sweet

Vya Sweet Vermouth
($14; vya.com), redolent of mulled wine and gingerbread, works well in cold-weather drinks.Ingalls Photography

Ransom Dry Vermouth

Ransom Dry Vermouth
($30; ransomspirits.com) is fragrant with candied orange, lemon verbena, and vanilla.Ingalls Photography

Atsby Armadillo Cake

Atsby Armadillo Cake Vermouth
($44; atsbyvermouth.com) cinnamon and caramel notes are ideal in a Manhattan.Ingalls Photography

Uncouth Apple Mint

Uncouth Apple Mint Vermouth
($35; uncouthvermouth.com) uses all New York botanicals, with hints of lemon and celery.Andre Baranowski