Favorita (only 1000 bottles produced this year) is a dry white wine made from grapes grown on their own small plot of land in the Roero.
The golden yellow bunches of grapes produced by the favorita vine are medium-sized, long and cylindrical.
The wine itself is straw-yellow with greenish highlights, a delicate nose showing light fruit, and a dry taste with a slightly bitter finish. It is generally drunk as a “young” wine, within a year of the vintage.
Is delicate and fruity, slightly “flowery”, dry with a slightly bitter aftertaste.
Excellent as an aperitif, it goes very well with fish and white meat. Serve chilled.
About the producer
Now in its third generation of producers, it is located at the intersection of the historic Cannubi and Brunate hills, emblematic areas where the Barolo DOCG is produced. They make wine according to the classic method and produce about 25,000 bottles a year. The wines on offer by the Borgogno family are: DOCG Barolo Brunate, Langhe Nebbiolo, Barbera d’Alba, Dolcetto d’Alba and Langhe Favorita.