Inama Bradisismo Colli Berici D.O.C. Cabernet 2020
Our classic reserve.
In 1997 the first vintage of a wine we wanted to call Bradisismo was produced, just like the geological event that generated the Berici Hills territory. From the very beginning, the wine was strongly characterized by the presence of Carmenere, which makes it unique and inimitable.
Bradisismo expresses a synthesis of the intense ripe, concentrated cherry aroma of Cabernet Sauvignon, along with the lively notes of Carmenere: pepper, cocoa and berries.
For lovers of blends with Cabernet Sauvignon, this wine is a perfect alternative to a Supertuscan or a top Bordeaux: excellent value for money.
Cabernet Sauvignon – Carmenere.
15 months in 50% new, 50% non-new barrels.
Recommended pairings are barbecue, grilled on olive or vine wood, veal stew, beef tenderloin with traditional dishes: grilled Sorana cow rib-eye steak, Bigoli with sausage and Asiago cheese.
With vegetables: lentil soup, Cream of fava beans and pecorino cheese.
At the end of the 1990s, with the acquisition of the vineyards, the current label was created, which proposes a vision more related to the Berici Hills territory. The drawing, done by architect Nicholas Wood, depicts the actual existing house in the heart of the Lonigo property. The house was built between 1600 and 1700, probably on a preexisting medieval site, and later remodeled in the 1800s. The house and farm originally belonged to the Venier family of Venice, which produced tobacco in the flat part of the area in the 1700s. Of this activity, traces remain thanks to the barchesse still standing beside the house, which were intended at the time precisely for the drying of tobacco leaves.
At that time the whole province of Vicenza was part of the Most Serene Republic of Venice, and numerous Venetian families had estates in the Berici Hills region.