Italian Entrepreneur Buys Piedmont's Giacomo Borgogno Winery

Jo Cooke
Issue: August 31, 2008

The Piedmontese family that has owned the Giacomo Borgogno & Figli winery for nearly 250 years has sold the company. Giorgio Boschis and his brother, Cesare, grandnephews of Giacomo Borgogno, say they finalized the sale of the winery to local entrepreneur Oscar Farinetti and his son, Francesco, in January.

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