Country Italian Vermouth
Distillery/Brand Giulio Cocchi Spumanti
Style Red Vermouth

Cocchi Storico Vermouth

Produced by the Giulio Cocchi Spumanti company, this is a classic vermouth which was first produced in 1891. It is based on a recipe with Moscato wine, sourced from Asti, near Turin.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose Rich spices and fruit. Hints of cured ham, peppermint and curry spices.

Palate Cocoa and raisins. Rich fruit and bittersweet peels. Orange zest, aniseed and overripe grape.

Finish A faint hint of smoke, with tangy wood and spice.

Overall A beautifully rich, bittersweet vermouth.

Allergy information

Sulphur Dioxide / Sulphites Yes
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Reviews for Cocchi Storico Vermouth Di Torino
Not just a cocktail ingredient
I bought this as I recently discovered the delights of Negroni and wanted to make my own. This is a sweet Vermouth and I found it so nice I now (occasionally) drink it on it's own, on the rocks.
Jenny , United Kingdom
5 months ago
Not to my taste
To bitter for me, didn't enjoy it as I thought I would.
Jonathan M , United Kingdom
one year ago
too medicinal for me
I looked forward to trying this after reading positive reviews but after opening and trying it neat I found it somewhat medicinal and overly bitter. To be fair I should try a few cocktails and mix it up but I don't hold high hopes it will be a regular in my bar nor would I want to mix only to pour down the sink. Best to chalk it up to experience and try something else.
Jonathan M , United Kingdom
one year ago
not for me
umm can't agree with other reviews, not quite up to it for my taste.
Master of Malt Customer
one year ago
Top drawer
This is an excellent product. Enough said.
Rachael S , United Kingdom
2 years ago
Rich and delicious with a velvetty character. Best in special cocktails.
This is a little in the neighbourhood of Antica Formula, though not as viscous. It has a rich immediate taste and a long aftertaste. It has an amber-brown colour and very clearly further away from the wine it´s based on than say, Chazelettes, Dolin or Quintinye. You notice the slightly higher ABV along with the feeling you´re smelling it as much as tasting it. I´d use this for a ritzy Rob Roy matched to a decent blended whisky rather than drink it neat.
richard , Denmark
2 years ago
Unique!
Such a unique taste. Amazing! Especially in my favorite drink, the Negroni.
Matias J , Denmark
3 years ago
Excellent
Beautiful vermouth, I love my negroni's and this makes a fantastic drink even better.
Leon M , United Kingdom
3 years ago
Outstanding
On it’s own, with tonic or in a Negroni, it’s hard to beat. Came across this in a superb little cocktail bar in Edinburgh.
Master of Malt Customer
3 years ago
Perfect. This is THE vermouth.
This is just perfect for my Negroni or Manhattan. Rich, full of sweet and bitter notes, even on the rocks or with some tonic is banging. Try it.
Master of Malt Customer
5 years ago