Barolo is a small town creating one of the world’s greatest wines, and the name Borgogno, one of oldest winemaking estates in Italy, has always been linked to this town in Piemonte. It all began in 1761 when Bartolomeo Borgogno first established the cellar. In the years that followed, the history of the winery and of Italy often intertwined. In 1861, for example, after the unification of Italy, the Barolo di Borgogno was the wine chosen to accompany the celebration lunch. Borgogno also places environmental friendliness at its core and uses no chemical fertilisers, opting only for sustainable methods in production. This hard work results in a clean natural grape, essential for producing worldclass wines, showing a successful marriage between innovation and tradition at such a long-established winery. The estate covers 20 hectares of vineyards and in 2008 the company was taken over by the Farinetti family.


Dolcetto d’Alba DOC

Grapes: 100% Dolcetto grapes

available in 750 ml. bottle



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Barbera d’Alba DOC

Grapes: 100% Barbera grapes

available in 750 ml. bottle




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Grapes: 100% Nebbiolo grapes

available in 750 ml. bottle


Barolo 2008

Barolo DOCG 2009

 Grapes: 100% Nebbiolo 

available in 750 ml. bottle


  • 2009 vintage, 5/5 Bibenda 2015

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Barolo Riserva DOCG 2004

 Grapes: 100% Nebbiolo 

available in 750 ml. bottle