Langhe Chardonnay
"Bel Amì"

Grape variety

The Langhe Chardonnay “Bel Amì” takes its name from Guy de Maupassant‘s novel published in 1885, which Mrs. Elena, Achille Boroli’s mother, is passionate about.
The small vineyard, of about one hectare, is located on the north slope of Brunella.
After manual harvesting, cryomaceration is carried out to extract all the distinctive aromas of the variety. During the process the ageing in wood is brief, to enhance the perfect balance between minerality and freshness.

First vintage



The Langhe Chardonnay “Bel Amì” is hand-harvested from the vineyard just a few meters from the cellar. Cluster selection takes place on a sorting table. Cryomaceration is carried out for 24/48 hours.
Subsequently, fermentation and maceration occur in steel, followed by a few months of aging in oak barrels.


Come and
try it

Prepare your palate for an extraordinary experience.

Discover the tasting of our Langhe Chardonnay “Bel Amì”, a wine that enchants with its fruity notes of green apple and peach, enhanced by a delicate hint of vanilla from the wood aging.

Savor the harmony in every sip and immerse yourself in the history and beauty of the Langhe vineyards, where this extraordinary wine is born.