A bottle of wine is always a great gift, for several reasons, one above all: versatility. There are wines literally for all budgets, suitable both for more modest presents and important ones; there is a boundless oenological panorama to explore, from white to red, from raisins to "meditation wines" – a good wine never bores....Read More
The harvesting of grapes is a topical moment for all winegrowers: understanding what month grapes should be picked is fundamental for quality production, to bring out the full potential of the wine. It is a balance of several factors, a delicate stability between chemistry and tradition, indicators and intuition. ...Read More
An old Piedmontese farmhouse finely restored, a warm and elegant setting with ancient vaulted ceilings in red brick and a panorama, that of the Alps, simply unforgettable. This is the Locanda del Pilone, the starred restaurant for years owned by our family, the perfect location in Alba, where to end the year cuddling your palate. On the occasion of the Christmas holidays , the Locanda, which will be closed on Tuesday 26 and Wednesday 27 December, has created two menus for real #foodlovers The refined cuisine of our Federico Gallo who seeks the perfect balance between tradition and innovation, a large cellar with almost 1,600 labels and a location with attention to detail will offer you the welcome, charm and charm of the old noble Piedmont. ...Read More
White, firm, dry. Our Langhe Doc Chardonnay Bel Amì - the only white produced by our winery - has a fresh and persistent taste that is able to perfectly balance the acidity and the full body given by the grapes of origin.Fermented and aged partly in steel and partly in tonneaux, it is made from 100% Chardonnay grapes harvested in the Castiglione Falletto municipality: our "Bel Amì" is a wine that is well aged and has a great structure that matches the other highly prized labels obtained from these renowned hills. Ideal to accompany vegetable flans or fish-based dishes, it is presented in the glass with a deep straw-yellow color and a lightly vanilla-scented nose with hints of ripe fruit reminiscent of peach and apricot. Elegant and harmonious is definitely the perfect "friend" with whom to accompany on holidays....Read More
"Vinum regum, rex vinorum" Wine of Kings and King of Wines. This is one of the many definitions of Barolo, one of the most noted red wines in Italy and the world, the highest expression of Langhe’s wine culture and the beating heart of our winery. We have always done micro vinifications of our crus, Cerequio, Villero and beginning this year, Brunella alongside the production of the Barolo DOCG. The 100% nebbiolo wines made from these prestigious vines under the ‘regal’ name of Barolo preserve their peculiarities and nuances that distinguish them from each other. Barolo DOCG Cerequio - Barolo from the ‘Riviera’ A soft and elegant wine, the Barolo Cerequio Boroli is obtained from the cru vineyards from the same name between Barolo and La Morra, always identified as a lively area with a really great microclimate that merits the title of “Riviera delle Langhe.” A harmonious and elegant taste with floral notes...Read More
Between November and December, at the splendid location of Locanda del Pilone, we have the great pleasure of organizing three exclusive evenings dedicated to grand French wines.
Thursday, November 23 we will be hosting Thomas Duroux, CEO of Château Palmer for a tasteful dinner by one Michelin starred chef Federico Gallo paired with prestigious wines such as the 1975, 1988, 1998 and 2005 vintages of Château Palmer and Vin Blanc de Palmer alter ego 2009 from the Historical XIX Century 2006 editions.
Thursday, 14 September at the elegant Mandarin Bistrot in Milan we presented the latest newcomer to the Boroli family: Barolo Brunella 2013.
Incorporating this newcomer in a horizontal tasting that also included Barolo 2013, Barolo Cerequio 2013 and Barolo Villero 2013, we wanted to share the results of a great project with the tasters and journalists present, and at the same time, show how it is a perfect celebration of the “Boroli Taste”.
Music, literature, cinema, tastings, events and lively discussions about wine: all of this and much more took place at Collisioni 2017, the Agrirock festival that has been held in Barolo for the past nine years and sees hundreds of thousands of enthusiasts come to discover the charm and taste of the Langhe.