A dry, or sweet apéritif wine flavored with aromatic herbs, and often used in mixed drinks.
The reddish purple colour of the apéritif Dubonnet.
An aperitif wine that matches the general description of vermouth.
(trademark) a sweet aromatic French wine (red or white) used chiefly as an apertif
any of several white wines flavored with aromatic herbs; used as aperitifs or in mixed drinks
Dubonnet (UK: , US: , French: [dybɔnɛ]) is a sweet, aromatised wine-based aperitif. It is a blend of fortified wine, herbs, and spices (including a small amount of quinine), with fermentation being stopped by the addition of alcohol.
Vermouth (, UK also ) is an aromatized fortified wine, flavoured with various botanicals (roots, barks, flowers, seeds, herbs, and spices) and sometimes colored. The modern versions of the beverage were first produced in the mid- to late 18th century in Turin, Italy.