Cinzano traces its history back to 1757. At that time Carlo Stefano Cinzano and his brother Giovanni Giacomo appeared as licensees in the deeds of the prestigious "University of Confectioners and Spirit Manufacturers" of the royal city Turin. Later on, sophisticated squires and ladies would come to sample Cinzano's excellent aperitifs at his wine shop on fashionable Via Dora Grossa. The Cinzano company, once owned by the Marone
family of Turin industrialists is now owned by the Campari group.
Cinzano Extra Dry Vermouth 1L.
Classic Extra Dry Vermouth worldwide well known. Its production combine wine, herbs, spices and other natural ingredients specially selected worldwide. Delicate bouquet, sophisticated and crispy taste. Drink it straight or on the rocks.
It is the dry vermouth of the Cinzano family. Ideal to drink with ice and tonic water or in classic cocktails. Those who prefer their vermouth dry won't be disappointed when trying out this delicately flavored aromatized wine.
Price: $8.94 1L.
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Cinzano Sweet Vermouth
World-renowned as the 'Vermouth of Turin', this amber-red aromatized wine owes its rich, full bouquet to the infusion of high-quality selected herbs and spices. It is a classic cocktail ingredient due to its delicate but persistently bitter aftertaste, but can also be served straight or with a dash of soda water, with or without lemon peel. This aromatized wine owes its rich, full bouquet to the infusion of high-quality selected herbs and spices.
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Vermouth is a fortified wine flavored with aromatic herbs and spices in recipes that are closely-guarded trade secrets. It was so named in the 18th century by the French, who were inspired by a German wine fortified with wormwood, an herb most famously used in distilling absinthe.