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Americano Bianco (Aperitivo) (Cocchi, Giulio)

Giulio Cocchi, Americano Bianco (Aperitivo), Piemonte, Italy NV

Moscato & Herbs (Gentian, Cinchona & Citrus)

16.5% ABV

Giulio Cocchi's original recipe Americano is more than just a simple aperitif in the town of Asti - in fact, it is the aperitif by definition, a piece of this century's local cultural and gastronomic history. This is the original Americano, produced without a break since 1891 according to an entirely natural recipe: white wine aromatized with many herbs and spices, no artificial coloring, flavoring or additive of any kind.

It is produced in limited quantities and matured for a year before being put on sale. The new bottle in that form of the classic clear glass Bordeaux shape is designed to be show the aperitif's natural origins as a wine, quite different to other inventive aperitifs based on alcohol.

Serve chilled in a tumbler or in an appropriate glass with a twist of orange peel and if desired, ice cubes. A splash of soda is indispensable to make the full aroma and perfume come out at their best. This is the classic way to serve it, as preferred by the "purists" who have known this drink forever. Outside of Italy it is revered as one of last great blanc/bianco aperitif wines, essential to a wide range of classic mixed drinks.

20.99

18 in stock

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Americano Rosa (Aperitivo) (Cocchi, Giulio)

Giulio Cocchi, Americano Rosa (Aperitivo), Piemonte, Italy NV

Malvasia & Brachetto, Herbs (Gentian, Cinchona & Citrus)

16.5% ABV

ROSE & WILDFLOWERS, TANGY RASPBERRY, FRESH HERBS

We had heard fleeting rumors of this hard-to-find rosé version of the Aperitivo Americano., but we couldn't track it down here in NC. We spotted a bottle on a trip to San Francisco and took it out to a sunny spot in the mountains with some blood oranges and club soda...and now we can't live without it. So perfectly tangy and refreshing, with a satisfyingly soft bitterness. We're smitten.

Serving Suggestion: In a tumbler with ice and club soda, with a twist of the aforementioned blood orange. Or just on its own.

20.99

3 in stock

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Barolo Chinato [500 ml] (Cocchi, Giulio)

Giulio Cocchi, Barolo Chinato, Piemonte, Italy NV [500 ml]

Barolo wine with quinine bark, rhubarb, ginger and aromatic spices

16.5% ABV

Famous in Piemonte, Barolo Chinato Cocchi is a wine of D.O.C.G. Barolo infused with quinine bark, rhubarb, ginger, and a variety of other aromatic spices. In this wine you’ll find a richness and complexity of flavors unparalled in wines of its category. Giulio Cocchi’s original recipe remains unchanged from its introduction in 1891 and has since attracted many imitations. Traditionally enjoyed after dinner, pairing exceptionally well with dark chocolate. In Piemonte its also the core element to the vin brulé popular in winter.

49.99

17 in stock

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Vermouth Amaro "Dopo Teatro" (Cocchi, Giulio)

Giulio Cocchi, Vermouth Amaro, Piemonte, Italy NV

Moscato & Aromatics

16% ABV

BEAUTIFULLY BITTERSWEET, DENSE & INKY, WAFTS OF CITRUS

Cocchi’s Dopo Teatro is a rare vermouth aromatized with a double dose of cinchona bark along with rhubarb, quassia wood, and chiretta. In Piedmont, it is traditional to drink a small chilled glass of vermouth with lemon zest in the evening. Whether before a meal as an aperitif, after a meal as a digestive tonic, or as a showstopping cocktail ingredient, Dopo Teatro is a pure delight! Once opened, keep in your fridge and drink within a month.

Serving Suggestion: Traditionally served chilled w/ lemon zest. Makes an exceptionally intense Negroni or Boulevardier. Perfect pairing w/ bitter dark chocolate.

22.99

16 in stock

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Vermouth di Torino (Cocchi, Giulio)

Giulio Cocchi, Vermouth di Torino, Piemonte, Italy NV

Moscato & Aromatics

16% ABV

ORANGE PEEL, VANILLA, CARAMEL, MENTHOL & ANISE

Vermouth di Torino is one of only two geographically protected AOC vermouths, and the craftsmen at Cocchi have risen to the challenge presented by that pedigree. A dizzying wealth of candied aromas on the nose, and a smooth and luscious texture seduces the palate. This walks that wonderfully Italian knife-edge between sweetness and bitterness. 

Serving Suggestions: You can use this as a replacement for normal red vermouth in various cocktails, but it’s best served by itself over ice with a twist of orange.

20.99

7 in stock

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