Borgo Maragliano sits 450 metres above sea level, in the heart of Loazzolo on a natural terrace in the Langhe hills. In Spring time a gentle wind called the Marin blows in from the sea and crosses Loazzolo. This ‘magical’ breeze, known as the Marin, is most welcome as it favours the maturation and the perfume of the grapes.
Borgo Maragliano covers an area of 25 hectares of vineyards and the wine is vinified, bottled and packed by members of the Galliano family who preserve a great respect for tradition but at the same time employ the most modern vinification techniques, methods and equipment.
Their wines are the result of careful and meticulous labour from vines of Moscato, Chardonnay and Pinot Noir grapes. They represent the highest expression of this distinctive territory and of its soil.
The unchallenged hallmark and pride of the Borgo Maragliano estate is the Loazzolo Vendemmia Tardiva, obtained from a selected vineyard with a southern exposure and an average yield of 21 hectoliters (hl) per hectare. After continuous work in the vineyards and years of maturation and refinement in the cellar, it reaches a peak with a fragrance and aroma that reveals its sincere personality in keeping with the its origins: the land of Loazzolo.