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M.S. Walker Named Exclusive Distributor for Barolo Producer, Borgogno, in New York & New Jersey


Producer Also Joins M.S. Walker’s Portfolio in MA & RI

NEW YORK – June 2, 2020 – Effective this month, M.S. Walker has been named the exclusive distributor of premiere Barolo producer, Borgogno, in New York and New Jersey. Borgogno’s national importer, Ethica Wines, had previously appointed M.S. Walker as the exclusive distributor in Rhode Island, and the brand will also be joining the company’s portfolio in Massachusetts in June.

Founded in 1761, Borgogno is the oldest continuously operating winery in Barolo, renowned for the traditional style and long-term aging potential of its wines. A favorite of wine collectors and sommeliers, Borgogno is a great representation of the high-caliber wines in M.S. Walker’s distribution portfolio.

M.S. Walker now carries a well-rounded offering from Borgogno’s portfolio, including their flagship Barolo ($79.99 SRP), No Name Nebbiolo ($44.99 SRP), Langhe Nebbiolo ($34.99 SRP), Barbera d’Alba ($23.99 SRP) and Dolcetto d’Alba ($19.99). Down the line, the company will also offer prestigious select vintages of Barolo Riserva from the winery.

For customer inquiries in NY & NJ, please call 914-235-5352. To learn more about M.S. Walker’s regional distribution portfolio, please visit the company’s website.

About M.S. Walker

Founded in Boston in 1933, M.S. Walker is a 5th-generation, family-owned wine and spirits importer and distributor, a spirit bottler, and a national supplier. We serve On-Premise and Off-Premise establishments throughout the Northeast, with direct operations in Massachusetts, New York, New Jersey and Rhode Island and brokerage operations in Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont. We represent a budding portfolio of wine and spirits nationwide, including our own brands, and we strive to offer the most prestigious portfolio in the industry.



  1. I’ve been buying your eggnog every December for over thirty years and never had a complaint until THIS year. It says “freshly made” on the label, but it’s pouring out in chunks – disgusting! The second bottle wouldn’t even pour out, it was so chunky. Thanks for ruining an already shitty year! You need to rethink your “quality control” dept.!


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