|Manufacturer||Giulio Cocchi Spumanti|
|Country of origin||Italy|
|Alcohol by volume||16.5%|
Cocchi Americano (Pronounced: ˈkɔkki ameriˈkano) is an aperitif wine produced by Giulio Cocchi Spumanti in the Asti province of Italy. Cocchi Americano is a variety of Americano. The wine was developed by Giulio Cocchi, and production began in 1891. Cocchi also produces a pink variety of this aperitif, the "Cocchi Americano Rosa", which is slightly more bitter and aromatic than the classic white Cocchi Americano.
Press and awards
Cocchi Americano gained prominence following its presence in famous cocktails such as James Bond's Vesper Martini (as a substitute for the no longer available Kina Lillet),  the Corpse Reviver #2 and in other signature cocktails.
- Yahoo Food - We're Seeing It Everywhere: Cocchi Americano
- What's the Deal with Cocchi Aperitivo Americano? | Serious Eats: Drinks
- Cocchi Americano « liquor is quicker
- Adri Barr Crocetti - Cocchi Americano Rosa
- The Telegraph - How to make James Bond's Martini
- New York Times blog - Cocchi Americano: Waking the Dead
- The Telegraph - Signature cocktail recipes from the world's best bars
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