Bron & Ruseval Sangiovese Cabernet


  • Wine type: Sangiovese di Romagna, Cabernet Sauvignon
  • Grapes: Sangiovese 60%, Cabernet Sauvignon 40%
  • Area of origin: Bertinoro
  • Vineyard: Maestrina
  • Produced bottles: 13.000
  • Vine-grown surface: 2.40 ha
  • Exposure: north-east
  • Soil: clayey mixture, with high presence of active limestone
  • Oenologist: Casadei Emanuele
  • Planting density: 5000 plants per hectare
  • Production per hectare: 8 ton grapes, 55.22 hl. wine
  • Colour: Ruby red, thick and full with violet nuances
  • Bouquet: Strong with red-berry fruit scents, blackberry,
    well balanced toasting and a delicate liquorice scent
  • Taste: Good structure, though agile in the mouth, with delicate tannins
  • Aging: 12 months in medium-toasted barriques, then refining in bottle
  • Gastronomic complements: Grilled red meat, noble poultry, game


  • Alcoholic strength: 14.50 % vol
  • Volatile acidity: 0.50 gr/lt
  • Total acidity: 5.60 gr/lt
  • Net dry essence: 32.5 gr/lt
  • Residual sugars: traces
  • Sulphurous: 70 mg/lt
  • Free sulphurous: 20 mg/lt

In Romagna people were accustomed to give a nickname to the peasant families that was then handed down from
father to son, a tradition which, similarly to our dialect, is going to die.
“Bron” and “Rusèval” were and will be the nicknames of the families Sirri and Casadei respectively.
Producing a good quality wine and identifying it with this name is a unique occasion to continue a tradition that would
have hardly survived over the time. The project was born years ago when the farm decided to test the potential
capacities of its lands as well as its technical abilities with international grapes like the Chardonnay and the Cabernet.


We can consider 2019 the last “normal” one: after it, Covid, drought, war, crisis of the supply chain, high inflation, floodings in our region…That is why I have good memories of when it rained every couple of weeks and I could witness the grapes ripen slowly.

Bron&Ruseval Sangiovese Cabernet 2019 displays a very thick, bright purple colour. On the nose, red berries and black currant; powerful mouth with good acidity. This wine can be certainly cellared.