Aperitivo is the Italian term for aperitif, or pre-meal
drink. Aperitif in Italy may be a simple glass of wine, a cordial or bitter amaro, or an American-style cocktail, such as a Martini, Negroni, Bellini or Americano, served before the meal.

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