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1813 - Joseph Noilly image

1813 - Joseph Noilly

Inspired by the unique ageing process of wine in the 19th century, fine wine and spirits merchant, Joseph Noilly, created his first recipe of French vermouth.

1850 - Louis Noilly image

1850 - Louis Noilly

Louis Noilly established La Maison Noilly Prat in the picturesque fishing village of Marseillan, overlooking the Mediterranean Sea and surrounded by sun-drenched vineyards.

1850s - Noilly Prat & Cie image

1850s - Noilly Prat & Cie

Noilly Prat & Cie was officially founded when Louis Noilly became business partners with his son-in-law, Claudius Prat.

1865 - ANNE-ROSINE image


Following Louis Noilly’s death, his daughter and widow of Claudius Prat, Anne-Rosine, took over the family business.

1911 - Noilly Prat image

1911 - Noilly Prat

Original Dry was included in one of the world’s first examples of a ‘martini cocktail’, created by Martini di Arma di Taggia at New York City’s iconic Knickerbocker Hotel.

2013 - The bicentenary of Noilly Prat image

2013 - The bicentenary of Noilly Prat

Celebrating 200 years of producing one of the world’s finest French vermouths.