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Italian Bergamot (2012)
by Ermenegildo Zegna

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Italian Bergamot information

Year of Launch2012
GenderMasculine
AvailabilityIn Production
Average Rating
(based on 30 votes)

People and companies

HouseErmenegildo Zegna
PerfumerPierre Negrin
Parent CompanyEstee Lauder Companies > Aramis and Designer Fragrances

About Italian Bergamot

Italian Bergamot is a masculine fragrance by Ermenegildo Zegna. The scent was launched in 2012 and the fragrance was created by perfumer Pierre Negrin

Italian Bergamot fragrance notes

Reviews of Italian Bergamot

Zegna Italian Bergamot is a pure lemon bergamot that has a bit of bubbling life that other lemon or bergamot perfumes miss on. The slight sweetness and almost edible, candied lemon smell is delightful. There is a clean buttoned up clarity to this that works with the Zegna brand nicely. This fragrance is immediately knowable as a high quality product. It may cost a bit more but is worth it.
27th April, 2017
High quality orange peel, and fresh herbs seamlessly blended together. The Rosemary isn't too harsh and in fact nothing is. It's a little like hiking in a lush valley. I would compare this to Creed Citrus Bigarrade but much more subtle in every way. Nothing is "too much", even the vetiver. If anything the vetiver and rosemary give it an earthy quality, like your in the out-of-doors on a sunny day.
16th April, 2017
There are very few fragrances that I would call "love at first sniff", however Italian Bergamot is one of them. Bright citrus, supported by spice and a woody green note, but unlike many citrus fragrances the top notes seem to hold and blend through the heart and base. I like the vetiver composition in this as it has adds a salty, clean element to the citrus. Decent sillage and respectable longevity.

I like Italian style Eau de Colognes and this is just an excellent rendition of that classic gentleman's scent.

A definite thumbs up.
08th April, 2017
This is gorgeous stuff. I can't even come close to describing in the manner of Darvant and company.

I just wanted to say this is a beautiful orange smell... it doesn't seem like there's anything unnecessary... just everything stripped down to the necessary elements.
17th September, 2016
Images an Italian gentleman on his Maserati!Italian Bergamot is a perfectly lovely bergamot/neroli cologne that smells great in the warm weather perfectly balanced with very high quality ingredients.
a wonderful elegant fragrance with soothing freshness the quality is just like Acqua di Parma fragrances.
the versatility of this one will easiliy make it a popular signature scent.Vibrant,Sparkling,Citrusy, Clean,Crisp,Chic,Lightweight,Invigorating,Wonderfully Refreshing and Delightfully Aromatic.


It opens with a luscious burst of neroli and layers of citrus notes,including bergamot with its soft rosemary gives you a burst of freshness and energy.
the base notes is determined by delicate woody notes and a touch of white musk while the citrus continues to exist in the composition.the result is a lovely scent that captures the cool breezes,sparkling clear water and lush foliage of the Italian.it is everything you expect from a summer fragrance. masculine but can easily also be worn by woman that prefer rather citrusy fresh smell than harsher perfumes.


Sillage?Moderate.

Longevity?About 4 hours on my skin.

7/10
02nd July, 2016
A mild thumbs-up here. Nothing earth-shaking or mind-boggling, but a solid scent with good ingredients, well executed.
Opening is citrusy and green (of herbs). The scent is genteel and reminds me of the Aqua di Parma line, a version of that classic EdP scent which properly never goes out of style. The scent stays at that stage for a while, no new developments. The dry-down is a bit grassy and adds new green notes, courtesy of the vetiver.
28th September, 2015

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