Giacomo Borgogno Derthona Timorasso 2020

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Color

Molto limpido, di colore giallo intenso, consistente. Da bersi idealmente quando il verde del riflesso si fonde nell'oro.

Smell

Al naso è intenso e complesso: nei primi anni si avvertono profumi fruttati, che ricordano la pera, la pesca, e floreali, di fiori di acacia e biancospino, con reminescenze di zucchero filato ben definite. La nota di miele è caratterizzante.

Taste

In bocca Derthona risulta secco, caldo e morbido, dominato da un buon equilibrio tra alti tenori di alcool ed alto contenuto in acidi organici; non presenta spigoli ma emerge un corpo equilibrato e molto persistente.

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Features

YEAR 2020
TRAINING SYSTEM Guyot
ALCOL 14.50
FORMAT 0,75 L Standard
COLLECTED Fine Settembre.

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Informations

CLASSIFICATION DOC Colli Tortonesi
TEMPERATURE 12-14
LOCATION Barolo (CN)
GROUND Calcareo limoso.
ANNUAL PRODUCTION 10000
PLANTS FOR HECTARE 5000

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Awards

EXPERT YEAR MARK
EXPERT YEAR MARK
Veronelli 2018
Bibenda 2018
Wine Spectator 2018 89

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Name: Giacomo Borgogno e Figli
Start-up year: 1761
Cultivated hectares: 16
Winemaker name: Giuseppe Caviola
Address: Via Gioberti, 1 - Barolo (CN)
Web Site: www.borgogno.com

The name Borgogno is connected to one of the oldest wineries in Piedmont: in fact, in 1761 with Bartholomew Borgogno. In 1848 he became the supplier of the College for the sons of Army officers of Savoy Racconigi with the first written document on legal paper, still jealously preserved, demonstrating the company's business and is of great importance in recent history. Since then, the high quality of products offered, the name Borgogno became better known and appreciated. The proof is the choice of its Barolo, in 1861, for the official dinner celebrating the unification of Italy, and in 1886 for the banquet in honor of Nicholas II Romanov Czar of Russia, guest of the Savoy, on an official visit to Castle Racconigi. In the early '20s under the direction of Cesare Borgogno Borgogno, wine sales are beginning to expand outside the national borders, but at the end of World War II that there is a real development with the acquisition of some of the most major overseas markets such as Argentina, Brazil, Venezuela, and especially the United States of America, and further consolidating its position in Europe. After the complete renovation of the cellars, which occurred between 1954 and 1959, Cesare Borgogno started in 1967 a new transformation program in the company that assumes the current name "James Borgnogno & Sons." On the death of Cesare Borgogno conduct passes to the grandchildren and Ida Franco Boschis (and later the children Cesare and George), until then their capable staff. Today Borgogno James & Sons is a company that evolved through the centuries-old experience, combines tradition and technological innovation in the relationship, such as to ensure the continued achievement of a higher quality in their products. In 2008 Borgogno James and Sons was acquired by the family Farinetti which concluded in 2009 a major restructuring of the main building.