Atamán vermouth, produced primarily using Manzanillas from the historic Angioletti and El Toro wineries that are located in Sanlúcar’s upper quarter. Inspired by the old Atamán reserves: quinquina wines and old Vermouths that have been stored in Bodegas Barbadillo for decades. Atamán is a brand of Vermouth that was registered by Bodegas Barbadillo in January 1943. We often find ourselves asking why it was that Manuel Barbadillo gave it this name. We don’t have an answer to this question, but what we do know is that this Caucasian gentleman, a general in the Cossack armies has re-emerged today, abounding with character and with wormwood, quassia, bitter orange, rosemary and elderberry aromas.