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Campari  NV / 1.0 L.

Ratings Key:

  • SP Wine Spectator
  • WE Wine Enthusiast
  • VN Vinous
  • RP Robert Parker’s The Wine Advocate
  • ST Stephen Tanzer’s International Wine Cellar
  • OT Other Review Service
  • Gold Premier Gold - Best Value*
  • Plat Premier Platinum - Our Highest Recommendation
  • * as rated by our staff

Published Reviews

96 pts.: 2/1/2011

There’s no mistaking this classic apéritif, from the vibrant melted lipstick-red color to the distinctive signature bitter finish, clean, clear and strong. It’s high, bitter and faintly floral-fruity in scent. Americanos and Negronis wouldn’t be the same without this jewel-like spirit.

95 pts.: 12/15/2000

Although Campari is classified in the U.S. as a liqueur, in Italy, it’s classed as a “bitter apéritif”. Ruby red in color, this spirit brings aromas of fresh ginger, orange zest, and a host of other spices. The body is medium, and the palate is slightly bitter but not overpoweringly so. Here we find a well-integrated mix of herbs, fruits and spices. The finish is clean and dry.

93 pts. : January 25, 2002

Light red color. Dark berries and spice on the nose. A smooth attack leads to a somewhat sweet, medium-to full-bodied palate with ripe and tart black cherry and dark fruit flavors that give way to a barrage of extremely bitter herb and fruit pit elements that dominate the back palate and linger as the fruity sweetness dissipates. A complex and dynamic aperitif that could use a mixing element to calm down the bitterness.

85–89 pts.: 12/31/2007

The nosing passes find earthy/woodsy scents of brambles/vines, moss, forest floor and stones. The palate entry owns a unique tree bark-like taste that’s oddly attractive; the midpalate stage features pungent flavors of ashes, roots, quinine, honey, citrus peels and earth.

: October, 2000

Strawberry/cherry aromas, with a ouch of floral roses in the hot nose. A touch of bitter orange, with lemon, wet leaves, numbing licorice and herbs and bark flavors; well-balanced finish, with clean cherry flavors.

: June 1, 2007

The neon/cherry red color reminds me of cherry Kool-Aid; superb clarity. The opening whiffs immediately are treated to amazingly earthy/woodsy scents that could only be described as brambles/vines, moss, forest floor, and stones; further aeration, in this case, doesn’t alter the direction of the aroma. The palate entry owns a unique tree bark-like taste that’s oddly attractive to me; the midpalate stage features pungent flavors of ashes, roots, quinine, honey, citrus peels, and earth. I didn’t fully appreciate bitters when I first reviewed this ubiquitous brand back in 1995. I’ve turned a corner since then and have come to admire their special place in the international spirits symphony.

: September, 2008

Ruby red in color with aromas and flavors of sandalwood, herbs, mints, and citrus. Classic bitter flavors with a lingering finish of grapefruit peel.