The wine-making origins of the Padró family date back to the year 1886 and to the village of Bràfim (Tarragona), which was, at the time a busy agricultural hub with around 400 inhabitants.
The fifth generation, currently in charge of the winery, are following the same philosophy as their ancestors and producing quality bulk and bottled wine, liqueur wines and vermouths and have taken care to make sure their company keeps up with the times as regards modern wine-making processes and technology (tangential filtration, continuous tartaric stabilization and so on…) at their bottling plant as well as extending the Padró family vineyards and implementing a new grape reception and wine storage facility.
The essence of this vermouth comes from a combination of herbs, mostly Alpine in origin, with the better-known white wines of our area.
In the case of Myrrha Rojo Reserva, the wine is very carefully stored in special vats previously used to age some of the big brandies from Jerez. In this way, toasted aromas and nuances of dried fruits and nuts, as well as spicy and balsamic notes are gently transferred to the wine over many months and, in addition, a sweet but tangy character becomes silky and delicate.
Serve cold but with no ice to enjoy a wide range of aromas. Serve with a slice of orange for a tangier, slightly more snappy experience.