The Borgogno family managed a restaurant in the center of Barolo for 5 generations, during that time the family vineyard was vinified exclusively for use at the restaurant. In the 1980s the restaurant closed, part of the vineyard was sold, with the exception of “Vignane”, which was rented. In 2015, the contract with those who were renting the “Vignane” area, was terminated. Riccardo Borgogno, at the age of 70, took it back, and started to cultivate it himself. Thanks to the cellar of, his cousin, Federico Scarzello, he restarted the production of his Barolo Vignane after almost 40 years.