Beni di Batasiolo is the largest family-owned wine producer in Italy's Piedmont region. Owned by the Dogliani family, Beni di Batasiolo works with the land and allows nature to ensure their wines’ quality comes first. The family has lived in Italy’s Langhe district for three generations, and since 1978 has grown Batasiolo to encompass more than 320 acres of vineyards..
Batasiolo’s vines prosper across nine beni – or estates - in Piedmont. The estates' soil, climate and position among the hills produce noble, elegant wines. Among these estates are five Cru vineyards that produce the most highly prized Barolos: Cerequio, Bussia Bofani, Brunate, Briccolina and Boscareto.
In 1978, the Dogliani family purchased the historic Kiola Winery and Batasiolo Hills in Piedmont. This purchase included two beni in the internationally renowned zone for growing the celebrated Nebbiolo da Barolo grape, adding to the family’s existing seven estates. They named their company Beni di Batasiolo after the central vineyard where the winery and cellar are located.
Beni di Batasiolo works with the land to allow nature to ensure their wines’ quality comes first.
For more than 30 years, Batasiolo has been led by second generation Fiorenzo Dogliani, who got his start in the wine business with his brothers and sisters in 1962. Fiorenzo has received many accolades over the years, including his recent inclusion among the “Grandi Cru d’Italia”, a group of the most prestigious Italian wine companies representing the highest expression of both the cultural and qualitative values of the Italian wine regions.
Based in Piedmont
Batasiolo’s portfolio comprises a range of wines that offer the full scope of styles from the Langhe. Barolo DOCG and Barbaresco DOCG represent the winery’s classic expressions. Moscato d’Asti DOCG Bosc D'La Rei, Barbera d’Alba DOC, Dolcetto d’Alba DOC, and Gavi DOC offer an approachable introduction to the region, while Barbera d’Alba DOC Sovrana, Gavi del Comune di Gavi Granée DOCG, and Langhe DOC Nebbiolo encourage deeper exploration of its diverse terroirs. Finally, a luxury range of prized, elegant Barolos from Piedmont's top cru vineyards include Cerequio, Bussia Bonfia, Boscareto, Brunate and Briccolina.