Martini FIERO & TONIC
The bubbles and gentle bitterness of tonic's quinine flavour elevate the refreshing bitter sweet orange taste and fragrant botanicals of MARTINI Fiero, to make a perfect contemporary accompaniment to aperitivo.
A rejuvenating blend of Glera, Chardonnay and Pinot Noir, fresh with apple and pear notes, our Prosecco is a light-as-air expression of spumante.
MARTINI invites you to make time for an Aperitivo with the people you're close to.
A secret recipe, a magical location and two men inspired to take their vermouth around the globe… Discover the past and present of MARTINI.
Martini Negroni Cocktail
Three spirits combined with ice into one exceptional cocktail: dive deep into the aromatic, divinely bitter MARTINI Negroni Cocktail.
Classic Gin Martini Cocktail
The archetypal gin serve, the Gin MARTINI Cocktail was an icon of the 20th century, and is more popular than ever in the 21st. The balance of vermouth to gin can be a matter of personal taste, but we believe this recipe offers the definitive ratio.
This 1920s take on the Milano-Torino Cocktail brings refreshing soda to the rich, bitter-sweet flavours of MARTINI Riserva Speciale Bitter and Rubino.
The perfect balance of bitterness, aromatic herbs and a touch of sweetness, the Manhattan is a strong, distinctive choice – the connoisseur's cocktail.
Vodka Martini Cocktail
In this uncompromising twist on the classic Gin Martini Cocktail, the smooth flavour of the vodka allows the botanicals of the vermouth to shine through.
Martini Sbagliato Ambrato
'Sbagliato' means 'mistaken', but when a Milanese bartender poured sparkling wine instead of gin into a Negroni, it was the happiest of accidents.
The original home of MARTINI and once the home of Luigi Rossi himself, CASA MARTINI is steeped in history and has hospitality at its heart.
With a legacy of vermouth and sparkling wine enduring more than 150 years, who were the craftsmen behind the creation of MARTINI and what drove them to greatness?