Colli Berici Barbarano DOC Riserva it's a peculiar wine of the Berici Hills, in Vicenza province. It's made of 100% tai rosso grape, and it takes its name after the small town "Barbarano", as it is produced only in a limited area around this place.
Gran Bericanto Riserva is our Super Premium winemaker blend, a limited edition to challenge the most acclaimed wines made of Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon
A unique and challenging "Noir", our Pinot Noir Bericanto is made by a careful selection of clones, Canaja, and grapes coming from the best areas of our hills.
We are very proud of our Colli Berici Doc Rosso Riserva. Two years of aging to give a full and rich body, with sweet tannins and a long aftertaste.
Intense garnet red color anticipate a fragrant aroma of blackberry, slightly spicy, with a hint of vanilla.
What makes Bericanto Cabernet so incredible? It’s made from a limited yielding of the best-ripened grapes, that are partially dried after being harvested to concentrate the flavors and the tannins.
Famiglia Cielo has supported Amref Health Africa water projects. Cielo e Terra Vice-president Pierpaolo Cielo and Export Manager Alessio Pavan visited Kenya while Amref staff was shooting a movie about women's role in the water supply.
We are aware that wine has a very high water footprint, in fact, one liter of wine could require up to 960 liters of water (source: waterfootprint.org). That's why we have decided to give back water where most needed. We have built 35 water wells up to now and this year we are cooperating with Amref Health Africa to donate more clean water where it is more scarce.
AGGIUNGI UN POSTO A TAVOLA (set another place at the table) - we support children in Colombia to guarantee a table to eat, play, and study; to fight juvenile delinquency and exploitation with Engim.org
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We built water wells to balance the high usage of water in the winemaking process.