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Research, quality and precision: the global success of Barolo
Region Piemonte (Italia)
Foundation Year 1935
Vineyard hectares 53
Annual production 320.000 bt
Address Damilano Wine Shop, Via Roma, 31 - 12060 Barolo (CN)

The Damilano winery is a historic name in the Langhe region that has become a reference point for Barolo wine in Italy and especially abroad. The winery boasts a vast number of vineyards in the most suitable areas for the cultivation of Nebbiolo, such as the famous cru Cannubi, Brunate, Cerequio and Liste, as well as some plots in the municipalities of Barolo, Ginzane Cavour, Novello and Monforte. Other locally grown varieties such as Dolcetto, Barbera and Moscato complete the range. The winery's activities date back to 1890 when Giuseppe Borgogno, great-grandfather of the current owners, began producing the first bottles. The property then passed into the hands of his son-in-law Giacomo Damilano, who expanded the business and renovated the winery with the help of his sons. The fourth generation, consisting of Paolo, Guido and Mario Damilano, are the current owners of the estate and they have brought additional value and vigour to the business, distributing the products on international markets and achieving great success among American wine lovers.

Today, the Damilano winery is synonymous with innovation and quality. It is a centuries-old tradition that is constantly renewed and becomes more and more successful every year, thanks to production based on a constant pursuit of excellence. Meticulous and well-researched work that starts with the proper care and respect of the vineyards and reaches into the cellar, where potential wines are monitored in every single phase before maturing for years in wooden barrels.

Damilano wines, such as Barolo, are mainly great reds for ageing, with a prestigious, full-bodied and precise character. They are ready to be enjoyed straight away, or can be aged for years in the cellar to appreciate their full maturity. These wines are full of territoriality and are ideally paired with food of a certain calibre, possibly from the Piedmontese cuisine, ranging from game to braised meats, and from mature cheeses to stews.

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