Lodovico Borgogno’s family lives and works here in Barolo, on their “Borgognot” estate. The family have owned vineyards in Barolo since as long ago as 1720, and have always attached particular importance to the work carried out in the vineyards themselves and the selection of only the best grapes. The passion for these hills has also contaminated Lodovico’s daughter, Virna, who today works alongside her father in every step of the production, with a sole objective: to constantly uphold and enhance the quality of Barolo and their other wines by highlighting their innermost nuances to reveal the multitude of secrets contained in this unique land.
The estate’s wines are produced from grapes grown on its 8 hectares (20 acres) located in historic Barolo “crus”: Cannubi Boschis, Preda, Sarmassa, I Merli, San Giovanni, and Costa delle rose. Dolcetto d’Alba, Barbera d’Alba and Nebbiolo d’Alba complete the range.