Fratelli Serio and Battista Borgogno winery
The Fratelli Serio and Battista Borgogno winery are producing Barolo wines in the middle of Cannubi of the Piedmont region since 1897. The family has been in winemaking for five generations now practicing the ancient techniques since then. The memory of Battista Borgogno and Fratelli Serio lives on in the vineyards through the work of the family. Currently, the winery is operated by the fifth generation of Emanuela Bolla, Federica Bolla, and their daughters Paola and Anna Borgogno. Marco Bolla, along with Emanuela, takes care of the harvest, pruning, to the bottling of wines.
The company celebrated 120 years of history in 2017
Protecting the biodoveristy of nature
The company owns three hectares of vineyards in Cannubi in addition to other rented and owned vineyards in Novello, Barolo, and Diano d’Alba. Everything done in the vineyards happens under the supervision of the family, right from pruning, thinning, handpicking of grapes, etc. This guarantees the best fruity grapes for making authentic wines that reflect the quality of the land. Each other, the method of work changes according to the climatic conditions. All-natural products are used to protect the biodiversity of the area and the health of the vines for future generations.
Balance between tradition and modernity
Nebbiolo, Barbera, Dolcetto, Nascetta, and Cortese are the grapes that are used to make their high-quality red, white, sparkling, and fortified wines. The cellar works with a great balance between tradition and modern winemaking. Fermentation of wines takes place in wooden vats so that the wines attain nice aroma and taste. Long ageing of wines takes place in Slavonian oak barrels. The wines are great, and you can visit them for wine tasting at the beautiful winery.