Borgogno is one of the oldest wineries of Italy. It was established in 1761 by Bartolomeo Borgogno, right in the village of Barolo.
- The Borgogno Estate spans over 16 hectares at the heart of Barolo production area.
- Elevation between 300 and 450 meters above sea level.
- The winery still follows the traditional Barolo production method: long contact with the skins, concrete tank fermentation and ageing in big barrels of Slavonian oak.
- Still today vinification and bottling take place in the original and historic building built in 1761.
- One of the most remarkable characteristics of Borgogno is a unique library collection of back vintages of Barolo Riserva that dates back to the 1960s.
- Focused on the Barolo production, with three of the most prestigious single vineyards around the village of Barolo: Cannubi, Liste and Fossati. Also produces: Barbera, Dolcetto and Nebbiolo d’Alba.