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Cinzano Extra Dry Vermouth Premier NV

External Review by Premium Wine & Spirits:

Fresh, dry, fabric-like and yeasty scents emerge from the glass. The palate entry is fresh, sinewy, lean and mineral-like; the flavor becomes even more dry and minerally at midpalate. Squeaky dry and utterly refreshing.

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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 Extra Dry Vermouth Premier

External Review
Source: Premium Wine & Spirits
05/22/2011

Fresh, dry, fabric-like and yeasty scents emerge from the glass. The palate entry is fresh, sinewy, lean and mineral-like; the flavor becomes even more dry and minerally at midpalate. Squeaky dry and utterly refreshing.


External Review
Source: Premium Wine & Spirits
01/03/2012

Pale straw color. Nose is vibrant and brimming with off-dry, slightly candied and metallic scents of pine tar and damp vegetation. On the palate, itrsquo;s clean and keenly off-dry. Aftertaste smacks of roots and tree bark. Round, carefree and beguiling.


External Review
Source: Premium Wine & Spirits
05/22/2011

An almost colorless Vermouth with an appealing sweet, herbal-floral nose. The body is on the light side, and the palate is very wine-like, almost grapey, with some very faint notes that show better in the dry finish.


External Review
Source: Prestige Wine & Spirits
03/26/2013

Pale straw color. Nose is vibrant and brimming with off-dry, slightly candied and metallic scents of pine tar and damp vegetation. On the palate, it’s clean and keenly off-dry. Aftertaste smacks of roots and tree bark. Round, carefree and beguiling.


External Review
Source: Premier Wine & Spirits
01/09/2013

Pale straw color. Nose is vibrant and brimming with off-dry, slightly candied and metallic scents of pine tar and damp vegetation. On the palate, itandrsquo;s clean and keenly off-dry. Aftertaste smacks of roots and tree bark. Round, carefree and beguiling.


External Review
Source: Premium Wine & Spirits
06/19/2013

The appearance is riverstone/silver and bright; perfect clarity. The initial nosing passes pick up yeasty/doughy scents that are fresh, fabric-like, and dry; following further aeration not very much happens on the aroma side of the ledger. The palate entry is fresh, sinewy, lean, and acutely mineral-like; at the midpalate stage, the flavor profile accelerates on the desert dry front, becoming even dried and more minerally. Squeaky dry and utterly refreshing.



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