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Inama Bradisismo DOC
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Classic Riserva by Inama: 1997 was the first vintage to be named Bradisismo, just like the geological phenomenon that created the territory of Colli Berici. Bradisismo is a synthesis of the intense aroma of ripe and concentrated Cabernet Sauvignon cherries, together with the brightness of Carmnere: pepper, cocoa and wild berries.
Grapes harvested by hand and placed in 15 kg boxes are carefully cleaned from the stalks, trying not to damage the skin of the berries. Before fermentation, maceration is carried out for 24-48 hours, followed by alcoholic fermentation in stainless steel: it lasts 23-28 days at a controlled temperature not exceeding 28°C.
At the end of malolactic fermentation, the wine is poured into French oak barriques (41% new, 59% used once) for a total of 12 months. After an initial period of maturation in separate batches, they are mixed and complete their evolution in wood.
Bradisismo is then aged for another 4 months in stainless steel before being bottled where it continues to mature for at least 12 months before being released to the market.
The nose shows intense aromas of red and black fruits, spices, pepper, ripe cherries and chocolate. The tannins are well balanced and give the wine extra longevity.
“The current label was developed in the late 1990s when vineyards were purchased. It offers a view that is rather associated with the territory of Colli Berici.
Drawing by architect Nicholas Wood shows a house in the heart of the Lonigo estate, surrounded by vineyards, where the Inama family lives.
The dwelling was built between 1600 and 1700, probably on an already existing medieval site, and restored in the nineteenth century. The house originally belonged to the Venier family from Venice, who grew tobacco in the 1700s on the flat ground. Traces of this activity can be found in the “barchesse” which still stand next to the house and were used to dry tobacco leaves. In those days, the whole province of Vicenza was part of the Most Serene Republic of Venice, and many Venetian families owned property in the Colli Berici area.

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Classic Riserva by Inama: 1997 was the first vintage to be named Bradisismo, just like the geological phenomenon that created the territory of Colli Berici. Bradisismo is a synthesis of the intense aroma of ripe and concentrated Cabernet Sauvignon cherries, together with the brightness of Carmnere: pepper, cocoa and wild berries.
Grapes harvested by hand and placed in 15 kg boxes are carefully cleaned from the stalks, trying not to damage the skin of the berries. Before fermentation, maceration is carried out for 24-48 hours, followed by alcoholic fermentation in stainless steel: it lasts 23-28 days at a controlled temperature not exceeding 28°C.
At the end of malolactic fermentation, the wine is poured into French oak barriques (41% new, 59% used once) for a total of 12 months. After an initial period of maturation in separate batches, they are mixed and complete their evolution in wood.
Bradisismo is then aged for another 4 months in stainless steel before being bottled where it continues to mature for at least 12 months before being released to the market.
The nose shows intense aromas of red and black fruits, spices, pepper, ripe cherries and chocolate. The tannins are well balanced and give the wine extra longevity.
“The current label was developed in the late 1990s when vineyards were purchased. It offers a view that is rather associated with the territory of Colli Berici.
Drawing by architect Nicholas Wood shows a house in the heart of the Lonigo estate, surrounded by vineyards, where the Inama family lives.
The dwelling was built between 1600 and 1700, probably on an already existing medieval site, and restored in the nineteenth century. The house originally belonged to the Venier family from Venice, who grew tobacco in the 1700s on the flat ground. Traces of this activity can be found in the “barchesse” which still stand next to the house and were used to dry tobacco leaves. In those days, the whole province of Vicenza was part of the Most Serene Republic of Venice, and many Venetian families owned property in the Colli Berici area.

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