Vermouth "Cinzano" Extra Dry, 1 L
Vermouth nice pale yellow color.
Cinzano Extra Dry has a bright, energetic flavor with hints of aromatic herbs.
Vermouth has a scent with notes of berries and citrus fruits.
Vermouth Cinzano Extra Dry is recommended to be served cold. He is an excellent basis for classic cocktails, blends perfectly with gin, vodka, as well as soft drinks.
Cinzano Extra Dry - velvety and tempting dry vermouth. The secret of Cinzano Extra Dry in combination with high quality wines extracts more than 30 kinds of herbs, spices and flowers gathered in different parts of the world. This vermouth is still produced according to the recipe developed in the 18th century. Cinzano Vermouth first appeared in 1757 in Turin, when the brothers Carlo Stefano Cinzano and Giovanni Giacomo received a license from the University of confectionery and distillery production, they founded the company «Cinzano» and opened a wine shop, where they began to sell their brand vermouth. But the idea of creating such a beverage was born over 2,000 years ago, when the famous Greek physician Hippocrates noted that vintage wine from Crete mixed with herbs and flowers acquires healing properties.
With their aromatic wines, which are so popular in Italy, the Cinzano family became famous already in the 16th century. The company, which was created by the brothers Giovanni Giacomo and Carolo Stegano Cinzano in 1757, began its journey with the production of vermouth. The brothers became the best graduates of the Turin University of Confectionery and Distillery, for which they received a license for masters of winemaking. They opened a small wine shop and called it "The workshop of life-giving elixirs". Bold experimenters, the Cinzano brothers created a huge number of recipes, one of which, the most popular, was called Vermouth. In 1786, the Cinzano company received the status of official supplier to the royal court of Savoy. Somewhat later, having appreciated the high reputation of the company, as well as the quality of the wines produced and the ingenuity of the owners, the royal persons of the Savoy house instructed the company to create a wine that could successfully compete with French sparkling wines. This is how the second direction of the winery began to develop - the production of sparkling wines.
Each subsequent generation actively developed the company, improved recipes, mastered new vineyards not only in Italy, but also in other countries. So, at the beginning of the 20th century, Cinzano branches were opened in France and Argentina. In the 70s of the XX century, real fame came to Cinzano, deliveries of this world-favorite brand began to be carried out in 50 countries of the world. In 1992, the Cinzano brand was bought out by the IDV Group, one of the world's largest holdings in the alcohol market. Unfortunately, under the leadership of "IDV Group" Cinzano is gradually losing its leading position. In 1999, Cinzano acquires the Campari Group, which begins an active campaign to regain the lost positions of the world famous brand, and since 2004 Cinzano has been confidently included in the Top 100 World Trademarks.