1881

It was back in 1881 that Mattia Brach started to cultivate vines near the hills of San Giorgio in Austro-Hungarian land, beginning a long history of winemakers in Brazzano.

1902

Following Mattia Brach, the founder, was Giovanni Battista fu Mattia Brach, who, from being a young sharecropper, became the first true family land owner.

1915-1918

Just a short distance from the Brach family’s birthplace on May 24, 1915, the longest and bloodiest conflict in Italian history on the then Italian-Austrian border began. During the Great War, all of Brazzano’s countryside was abandoned and devastated by the destructive fury of the event.

1926

During the fascist dictatorship the Brach family had to undergo a major change: in addition to their lands becoming Italian, their new surname Bracco was imposed.

1945

Giovanni, son of Giovanni Battista fu Mattia Brach, on returning from the Second World War, took the reins of the company.

1946

The first Tokai Friulano vineyard was planted to celebrate the birth of his son Alfredo, which was the result of a mass selection on Riparia Gloria rootstock and witness to a new beginning for local viticulture.

1956

A pragmatic and innovative man, who was driven by the love of his work, Giovanni moved his family and business from the centre of the village to the heart of his vineyards.

1968

Giovanni and Alfredo, who had now joined his father in the management of the farm, planted their first vineyard with Malvasia Istriana, a historic native white grape variety, which today is the pride of the Friulian wine scene.

1981

1881-1981 A hundred years of viticulture. The Ducato dei Vini Friulani awarded Giovanni Bracco, a self-taught technician who was able to relay the strong and authentic character of the territory of Brazzano: a mosaic of small vineyards of the highest quality!

1988

The era of Refosco dal peduncolo rosso, the noblest of Refoscos, began in Brazzano. Alfredo and Giuliana gave continuity to the agricultural and varietal choice made by Giovanni and increased the vineyard area of Friuli’s oldest native red.

2001

Five generations followed one another in the Bracco family together with 120 years of history, passion and commitment.

An in-depth knowledge of the winemaking profession is still exercised in total freedom and honest humility: a real farming culture still survives in Brazzano!

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2003

The Bracco family had business continuity: Elisabetta, Giuliana and Alfredo’s daughter, returned from her studies in Bordeaux and immediately introduced “sitoviticoltura”, identifying the 'vielles vignes' and creating the founder’s line, known as the Mattia Brach Selection.

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2006

The last harvest with the historical Tocai Friulano name: an identification strip was made for the founder’s line to mark this necessary change.

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2006

Elisabetta, a convinced custodian of her own land and aware of the complexity of the ecosystem in which she worked, decided to undertake further studies enrolling for an MBA in Wine Business at the MIB School of Management in Trieste. Here she learned innovative concepts in the field of communication and initiated a process of slow business renewal.

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2012

With a rare combination of viticulture technique and enological sensitivity, Elisabetta maintained the classic Friulian profile, bestowing on the father of Friulian white wines the name of “Ultimo".

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2016

The first 2016 harvest in Collio. Elisabetta inherited Ca’ delle Vallade estate through her mother Giuliana, which was owned by the Perabò family. Thus two winemaking dynasties joined together, under the aegis of Friulian romanticism!

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2016

The Gorizia Chamber of Commerce together with the Female Entrepreneurship Committee in collaboration with the Province of Gorizia presented Elisabetta an award as the winning female businesswoman in the “Magicamente Imprenditrice” (magically businesswoman) competition.

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2017

Elisabetta was awarded the "Women who made it" prize by the Stati Generali delle Donne at # Expo2015 to  #Matera2019 at the University of Pavia and was included in the book "100 Women who will change Italy", curated by Marta Ajo.

WINES

MATTIA BRACH SELECTION

Ultimo

Sauvignon

Refosco dal p.r.

Verduzzo

LA MONT-BRACH

Collio Bianco

Malvasia

BRAZZANO CRU

Friulano

Malvasia

Refosco dal p.r.

Merlot

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