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Natural cork stopper
Cocchi Americano Bianco (pronounced: ‘coke-ey ameri-kano) is based on white wine from Italy’s Piedmont region wine which is fortified and then 'aromatised' using botanicals including cinchona, gentian and citrus but the full recipe is, of course, secret.Read more
Clear, pale golden.
Poached pear, honey roasted fig, elderflower, fresh peach, red bell pepper, fat yellow sultana, stewed apricot and orange marmalade.
Gripping, lightly spiced, honeyed, yet tart zesty citrus fruit and bitter gentian.
Honey and citrus with pine-fresh tart marmalade.
Pronounced ‘BeerR’, this is an aromatised wine-based apéritif made of red wine, mistelle, and quinine. Byrrh is best appreciated served over ice with a slice of lemon or orange. Or served long with soda water and a slice of lemon peel or orange.
The name of this Italian red coloured aromatized wine translates as ‘ancient red’. It is produced from a mixture of 5 different base wines, though one, Ancellotta Rosso accounts for 75% of the blend. To this 32 herbs and spices are added, with the predominant flavour being that of orange peel.
In 1846 Joseph Dubonnet successfully created his wine based aperitif, by blending Roussillon wines made from five different grape varietals with an infusion of herbs and spices including bitter bark and quinine, then ageing the blend for three years to four years in oak vats.