Prestigious Gifts: Barolo Brunella 2019, The Wine Chosen by Institutions

We are thrilled to announce the significant recognition received by Barolo Brunella 2019, Boroli: the Italian Sommelier Foundation has selected it as one of the Italian excellences to be offered to Olaf Scholz, Federal Chancellor of the Republic of Germany.

For some years now, the wine industry has been increasingly in the spotlight, attracting much attention not only from wine lovers but also from institutions. In fact, the Italian Prime Minister has decided to elevate Wine and Olive Oil to the noble role of State Gifts, entrusting the Italian Sommelier Foundation with the selection of the finest Italian bottles and preparing gift boxes for the Heads of State meeting the President.

Italian Prestige Selected as an Institutional Gift

The 2019 Barolo Brunella is a celebration of youthful freshness. Its vibrant ruby color is an invitation to enjoy its elegance from the very beginning. The bouquet is fresh and fruity, with notes of ripe strawberry, spring flowers, and a light cinnamon spice. On the palate, it offers a young and lively structure, with agile tannins and a freshness that highlights red fruit, mint, and a subtle note of green tea.

For its qualities and organoleptic characteristics, on February 28, 2024, it was chosen by the Italian Sommelier Foundation to complete the important gift offered to Olaf Scholz, Federal Chancellor of the Republic of Germany.

We are truly proud of the prestigious international recognition received by our 2019 Barolo Brunella. This reinforces the commitment, love, and passion that we put into researching and producing the best Barolos and wines of the region every day.


The Boroli cellars, located in Castiglione Falletto, are the perfect place to experience the magical territory of the Langhe through tasting experiences and to enjoy an unforgettable experience of discovery and great wine.

More Post

Itneriary in the Langhe region between wine and culture
Wine glasses to drink in summer
Best time to visit the Langhe