The story of wine production at Borgogno stretches back over 250 years. They were founded by Bartolomeo Borgogno in 1761, making them one of the oldest and most historic cellars in the region.
Noted for their elegant, "Burgundian-esque" styles of Nebbiolo (Borgogna is Italian for Burgundy), these wines come from exclusively Grand Cru vineyards, including Cannubi, Liste, Fossati, Cannubi San Lorenzo and San Pietro Delle Viole.
The wines are fermented naturally, left on skins for an extended period before pressing and aged in exclusively large format Slovenian oak. The wines of Borgogno are a traditionalist's dream.