The authentic and informal italian aperitif since
Cinzano comes about from the perfect union of wine, alcohol, sugar and an infusion of herbs and spices.
Still today Cinzano’s recipe is unique in the world and has been kept secret for over 250 years.
Cinzano Bianco has a fragrant, full-bodied and delicate aroma, it is sweet and extremely versatile.It must always be served chilled and can be enjoyed straight as an aperitif or as an ingredient in a cocktail.
Cinzano Rosso was born in Turin and is known throughout the world,with its amber colour thanks to its rich infusion of herbs and spices of prestige and quality. It is the perfect ingredient for cocktails thanks to its delicate yet persistent and characteristic aftertaste.It can be served straight or with a splash of soda.
Cinzano Extra Dry is delicately flavoured: it can be enjoyed straight or with ice and, above all, itis also a perfect base for many dry cocktails.
Cinzano Rosé is one of the more recent flavours with a rosy colour and orange highlights, thanks to the use of white and rosè wines.It has a sweet, warm and aromatic flavour with a distinct flavouring of roses.
Cinzano became part of the company's range of products in 1786 with Cinzano Rosso, which quickly became the drink of the upper middle class of Turin and which, over time has been flanked by other versions which have enriched and updated the range. Since 1999 the Cinzano brand has been a part of Gruppo Campari.
Cinzano is distributed internationally, its main markets are: