Giulio Cocchi, the boutique winery in Asti, Italy from 1891, boasts a fine tradition in the production of classic Italian aperitifs with a wine that, for over 120 years, carries a reputation of Cocchi quality worldwide.
Famous in Piemonte since its introduction in 1891, Cocchi Barolo Chinato, is a wine of D.O.C.G. Barolo infused with quinine bark, rhubarb, ginger, cardamom, cocoa, and a variety of other aromatic spices. Round and rich, yet with the a deep back palate of Barolo, this wine possesses the characteristics necessary to be an ideal digestif. Try pairing with dark chocolate. Serve as you would serve high-quality Port or Madeira, or use as a luxurious alternative to sweet red vermouth.