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Colli Berici D.O.C. Cabernet

Type | red

Grapes | Cabernet Sauvignon - Cabernet Franc - Carmenere


The nose displays an intense bouquet of red and black fruit, spices, pepper, ripe cherries and chocolate.
Tannins are balanced and help the wine to age longer.

The wine

Our Classic Riserva. 1997 was the first vintage of the wine that we called Bradisismo, just like the geological phenomenon that created the territory of the Colli Berici. Since the beginning, this wine revealed itself as having a strong character due to the presence of the Carmenere, which makes it unique and inimitable.
Bradisismo expresses a synthesis between the intense aroma of ripen and concentrated cherry of the Cabernet Sauvignon, together with the vividness of the Carmenere, pepper, cocoa and wild berries, and the lavishness of Cabernet Franc.
For Cabernet Sauvignon lovers, this wine is a perfect alternative to a Super Tuscan or a top Bordeaux wine: Excellent quality/price ratio.


Cabernet Sauvignon – Cabernet Franc –  Carmenere.
15 months in 41% new barriques and 59% used.


Barbecue, meat grilled on olive or vine wood, veal stew, beef filet.
With local traditional dishes: grilled bone-in rib eye from Sorana cow, bigoli with sausage and Asiago cheese.
With vegetables: Lentils soup, fava beans and pecorino, velvety soups.


The current label was designed at the end of the 1990s when the vineyards were purchased. It offers a view that is rather more linked to the Colli Berici territory.
The drawing by the architect Nicholas Wood, shows the house that exists in the heart of the Lonigo property, surrounded by vineyards, where the Inama family lives.
The dwelling was built between 1600 and 1700, probably on a pre-existing medieval site, and renovated in the nineteenth century.
The house initially belonged to the Venier family from Venice who, in the 1700s, used to cultivate tobacco on the flat areas of the territory. Traces of this activity can be deduced from the “barchesse” that still stand next to the house and that were used for drying out the tobacco leaves.
In those days, all the province of Vicenza was part of the Venetian Serenissima Republic and many Venetian families had property in the Colli Berici area.


Bradisismo 2020
95 pt. James Suckling
94 p. Eros Teboni – The Wine Journal
92 pt. Falstaff

Bradisismo 2019
94 pt. James Suckling
92 pt. Falstaff

“3 Bicchieri” Gambero Rosso
93 pt. Eros Teboni

Bradisismo 2018
93 pt. James Suckling
92 pt. Falstaff
93 pt. Eros Teboni – The Wine Journal

Bradisismo 2017
93 pt. James Suckling
91 pt. Antonio Galloni
17++ pt. Jancis Robinson

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