First released in 2011, Borgogno’s Langhe Nebbiolo “No Name” was born after the Barolo tasting committee “flunked” a cask of the estate’s classic Barolo even though the same tasters “approved” a second cask with the exact same wine. Discouraged but determined, the winemaker decided to call the reclassified Barolo “No Name” in protest. And the rest is history.
BORGOGNO No Name Nebbiolo Langhe DOC
BORGOGNO Barolo Classico DOCG
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