Borgogno is an Italian winery located in the heart of the Barolo wine region in Piedmont, northwest Italy. The winery was founded in 1761 and has a long history of producing traditional Barolo wines that reflect the unique terroir of the area. The winery owns vineyards in some of the most prestigious Barolo crus, including Cannubi, Liste, Fossati and San Pietro.
Borgogno produces a range of wines, including Barolo, Barbera d'Alba, Dolcetto d'Alba, Langhe Nebbiolo, and a white wine made from the Nascetta grape variety. The flagship wine of the winery is the Barolo Riserva, which is only produced in exceptional vintages and is aged for a minimum of ten years before release.
The winemaking philosophy at Borgogno is focused on traditional winemaking techniques that emphasize the purity of the fruit and the terroir. The wines are fermented with native yeasts and aged in large oak barrels for extended periods of time. The winery also practices organic and sustainable viticulture in their vineyards.
Borgogno is widely regarded as one of the top producers of traditional Barolo wines, and their wines are highly sought after by collectors and enthusiasts around the world