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Cinzano Bianco Premier L NV

External Review by Premium Wine & Spirits:

The nose on this almost colorless Vermouth shows a good balance of candy sweetness marries to delicate spices and herbal bouquets. The body is a little thin, but the palate is very well balanced, although the sweeter notes predominate here. The finish is light and sweet.

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Region: Italy

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Winery: Cinzano
Variety: Italian White
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Cinzano:
  Cinzano is a vermouth that was created in Turin, Italy in 1757 by brothers Giovanni and Carlo Cinzano. The blend consisted of 35 local herbs and spices added to red wine, which acted both a preservative and also flavor enhancer. The white version with a different combination of botanicals was created soon after. The brand has long been associated with its ornate, colorful, graphic la... Read more
  Cinzano is a vermouth that was created in Turin, Italy in 1757 by brothers Giovanni and Carlo Cinzano. The blend consisted of 35 local herbs and spices added to red wine, which acted both a preservative and also flavor enhancer. The white version with a different combination of botanicals was created soon after. The brand has long been associated with its ornate, colorful, graphic labels and advertising. The posters in particular have been known to beautifully reflect current events by showcasing scenes that are both glamorous and timely. The business stayed in the Cinzano family till 1985. It is now owned by Diageo.    Cinzano is available in Rosso, Blanco, Extra Dry and Rosé. Read less

External Reviews for Cinzano Bianco Premier L

External Review
Source: Premium Wine & Spirits
11/01/2013

The nose on this almost colorless Vermouth shows a good balance of candy sweetness marries to delicate spices and herbal bouquets. The body is a little thin, but the palate is very well balanced, although the sweeter notes predominate here. The finish is light and sweet.


External Review
Source: Premium Wine & Spirits
11/01/2013

The pale flax/oyster color is brilliant and unblemished. The first sniffs detect keenly herbal, minerally, and grassy notes that become waxy and lipstick/lip balm-like in the later inhalations after additional aeration. The palate entry is engagingly ripe, grapy, and sweet; at the midpalate point, the acidity kicks in, keeping the ripe fruit from becoming too sweet and the stone/mineral flavor also accelerates, making for terrific warm weather quaffing. Heck, Iā€™d enjoy this beauty simply served chilled on its own with a twist of lemon or orange. Absolutely delightful.




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