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Vera non-alcoholic campari
Vera non-alcoholic campari
Vera non-alcoholic campari
Vera non-alcoholic campari
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Vera Aperitivo Classico - Non-Alcoholic Aperitif

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Awaken your taste buds and prepare your stomach for a night of delicious meals and even better memories. 

This Campari-styled non alcoholic spirit was made for the classic Italian Aperitivo hour with its signature bitterness and lingering sweetness.

What does it taste like?

  • Nose: sweet & herbal with bitter orange, rosemary, and geranium
  • Palate: full-bodied, blood orange, rosemary & thyme, cardamom and a long bittersweet finish from the distinct common wormwood


  • Serve neat or over ice with a premium tonic but we love it most in a Negroni!
  • Once opened keep refrigerated and drink within 3 months.

About your non-alcoholic Campari

  • Imported from Slovenia
  • 16.9oz (500mL) bottle
  • Vegan & gluten free
  • 25 calories per serving
  • No artificial flavors
  • Less than 0.5% alcohol
  • The best alternative to Campari

Ingredients: Alcohol-free wine (contains Sulphites), Natural Botanical Distillates, Water, Sugar, Common Wormwood Infusion, Natural Flavoring, Coloring: Anthocyanins, Acids: Citric acid, Malic Acid, Preservatives: Potassium Sorbate, Sodium Benzoate

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Herbal goodness

Nice and bitter with a little sweetness. Recently discovered non alcoholic aperitifs so I am looking for my new favorite. This one is in the lead so far.

Marie Bozzetti-Engstrom
Everything I want in an Apertivo

This hits all the notes. Exciting to find a non alcoholic version that really works as an aperitivo. This tastes the closest to Campari to me.