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The I Gadi, Cornalè and Feudo Italia lines of the Bennati family include both Veneto wines (Valpolicella, Bardolino, Soave, Custoza) and international varieties (Pinot Grigio, Cabernet Franc, Merlot) and have always been a guarantee of quality.

“I Gadi”, named after one of the first parcels of land owned by the family, is the most successful in the sector thanks to the good balance between freshness and body. All white wines are refined only in steel tanks to enhance the floral and fruity notes, or – in the case of aromatic wines such as Sauvignon – the characteristic varietal notes. The passage in wood is instead typical of all the reds, with the exception of the Bardolino Classico, in order to exalt the notes of violet and plum.

Also “Cornalè” owes its name to the homonymous vineyards purchased by the family in the middle of the last century, but it identifies fresher and younger wines. From the renowned Bardolino Chiaretto, to the fruity and fresh Soave, to the trendy Pinot Grigio, all the whites and rosés of this line are light and pleasant. The reds, from Merlot to Valpolicella, are characterized by a greater structure, while maintaining a moderate alcohol content, which makes them perfect for daily consumption.

Finally, “Feudo Italia” represents the sparkling version of Cornalè wines, with Chardonnay and Lambrusco, being our bestsellers. The season best suited to their consumption is of course the Summer, with its long evenings outdoors and lovely garden parties.

I Gadi


Feudo Italia