Reviewed on 07-29-2020
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Rating 94 2020 Top 50  
Style Red
Blend , Carménère
Vintage 2016
Appellation
Veneto
Italy
ABV 14%
Price $28.00  Buy This Wine
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Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon , Carménère

Inama Bradisismo Rosso Veneto IGT 2016 Review

This is the kind of wine that does not come along often. It is a unique blend, and so balanced it doesn’t matter what those grapes are. But at the same time the blend importantly makes the wine so damn unique. This is a deep, soulful red wine that will welcome you with the subtle smell of white pepper and all kinds of herbs being washed over by the sweet savoriness of aged balsamic. Also, if you have ever had a currant jam, you’ll recognize a familiar tight tart note. The palate is very balanced, with just the right amount of acidity. This with some grilled lamb will throw you off your game for a sec.

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POINTS
Inama Bradisismo Rosso Veneto IGT 2016
This is the kind of wine that does not come along often. It is a unique blend, and so balanced it doesn’t matter what those grapes are. But at the same time the blend importantly makes the wine so damn unique. This is a deep, soulful red wine that will welcome you with the subtle smell of white pepper and all kinds of herbs being washed over by the sweet savoriness of aged balsamic. Also, if you have ever had a currant jam, you’ll recognize a familiar tight tart note. The palate is very balanced, with just the right amount of acidity. This with some grilled lamb will throw you off your game for a sec.

Reviewed On: 07-29-2020
94
POINTS
Inama Bradisismo Rosso Veneto IGT 2016
This is the kind of wine that does not come along often. It is a unique blend, and so balanced it doesn’t matter what those grapes are. But at the same time the blend importantly makes the wine so damn unique. This is a deep, soulful red wine that will welcome you with the subtle smell of white pepper and all kinds of herbs being washed over by the sweet savoriness of aged balsamic. Also, if you have ever had a currant jam, you’ll recognize a familiar tight tart note. The palate is very balanced, with just the right amount of acidity. This with some grilled lamb will throw you off your game for a sec.

Reviewed On: 07-29-2020