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Giulio Cocchi Spumanti Vermouth

Vermouth, with its complex aromatics and nuanced flavours, has played a pivotal role in the global drinks landscape for centuries. While many countries have ventured into vermouth production, Italy remains one of its most revered heartlands. Among the myriad of producers that have graced this Mediterranean nation, Cocchi stands out, embodying the essence of Italian craftsmanship and the sophisticated allure of Piedmont, where it was born.

Founded in 1891 by Giulio Cocchi in the historical city of Asti, Cocchi Vermouth quickly established itself as a benchmark for quality. The founder, a young pastry chef, ventured into the world of aromatized wines, which he felt could accompany the local confectionery. His creations were not only adored locally but soon gained fame internationally. Cocchi's Vermouth di Torino, in particular, became renowned for its rich character and harmonious blend of botanicals.

Central to Cocchi's philosophy is a steadfast commitment to authenticity. The brand has been a stalwart defender of traditional Italian vermouth-making techniques. Using a Moscato wine base, the vermouth is infused with a meticulously selected array of botanicals, including the quintessential wormwood, which is vital for any genuine vermouth. After the infusion, the liquid is allowed to rest, letting the botanicals meld seamlessly with the wine, creating a harmonious concoction.

One cannot discuss Cocchi without highlighting the Vermouth di Torino, an iconic product that encapsulates the brand's ethos. Rich, velvety, and bursting with layers of citrus and herbs, it's a reflection of the lush Piedmontese landscape. This vermouth, protected by the Geographical Indication status since 2017, is an ode to the region's vermouth-making legacy.

Beyond Vermouth di Torino, Cocchi offers a diverse portfolio. Their Americano, for instance, is a testament to the brand's innovation. It artfully marries the bitterness of gentian with the sweetness of Moscato d'Asti, resulting in a drink that's both invigorating and comforting.

In the realm of cocktails, Cocchi Vermouth has been a favourite among mixologists. Its multifaceted profile lends depth to classic concoctions, from the ever-popular Negroni to the elegant Manhattan. But it's equally delightful when sipped on its own, preferably over ice with a twist of citrus.

Today, as vermouth experiences a renaissance, Cocchi continues to be a beacon of excellence. Its rich history, combined with an unwavering dedication to quality, ensures that every bottle resonates with the spirit of Giulio Cocchi's original vision.

In sum, Cocchi is not just a vermouth; it's a journey through Italian heritage, a celebration of Piedmont's rich terroir, and a tribute to the age-old art of botanical infusion. It stands as a testament to the timeless allure of Italian elegance and the undying spirit of a brand that, even after a century, remains at the pinnacle of vermouth craftsmanship.

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