The name Borgogno is connected to one of the oldest wineries in Piedmont: in fact, in 1761 with Bartholomew Borgogno.
The winery has some interesting records: in 1861, Barolo Borgogno sealed the pact for the birth of Italian unity, and in 1908, it was served to the Tsar of all Russia during a visit to Racconigi.
The turning point came in 1920, when Cesare Borgogno began exporting abroad. However his greatest insight came when he decided to "forget" half of the production of Barolo Riserva in order to sell it 20 years later, realising the great versatility and power of Nebbiolo.
Borgogno is synonymous with slowness: the winery chooses to take its time understanding things and doing them correctly. The vineyards are cared for and attended to with only organic products.
This has resulted in the winery to gain their first Biological harvest.
The decision to plant forest on eight of their 39 hectars is to protect the biodiversity of the Langa fauna from being decimated by the cultivation of vineyards.
Borgogno has a sense of history, tradition, and roots that blend with the innovation of the changing times.
À propos de Giacomo Borgogno e Figli
Giacomo Borgogno e Figli
Année de lancement
Via Gioberti, 1 - Barolo (CN)
Pourcentage de raisins achetés
Raisins uniquement de la propriété