The non-alcoholic aperitif by definition
Crodino in Italy is the non-alcoholic aperitif by definition, the most consumed and the most famous . The secret of its success is the unique and appetizing taste, obtained from an extract still produced according to the traditional recipe.
Crodino takes its name from Crodo, a small town located in the North West of Italy, where It has been produced and bottled since 1964, the year of birth of the “Blond” Aperitif. Since 1995 Crodino is part of Campari Group, that has renewed Its image and communication consolidating its strong position in the market.
Crodino's main market is Italy.