Borgo Maragliano

Region: Piemonte


On the natural terraces of the Langhe hills lies Borgo Maragliano, a 25 hectare family-run winery in the heart of Loazzolo, Piemonte.
The Galliano family, who to this day vinify, bottle and pack their own wines, hold a great respect for tradition, whilst employing the most modern vinification techniques, methods and equipment.
Their vineyards are planted at an altitude of 450 meters above sea level, and are ideally placed to benefit from the desirable 'Marin' breeze - a gentle wind that blows in from the Ligurian Sea - which favours the maturation and aromas of the Galliano family's Moscato, Chardonnay and Pinot Noir grapes.


Borgo Maragliano is situated at 450 meters above sea level, on a natural terrace of the Langhe hills, in the heart of Loazzolo. It is a very special place for growing grapes, crossed by the Marin, an onshore wind coming from the Mar Ligure which favors the maturation of the grapes, enhancing their aromas and fragrances.

The land around Loazzolo is characteristic in its geological formation, with typical marls and sandstone. Borgo Maragliano includes an area of 15 hectares of vineyards. Loazzolo offers a combination of sandy-clay soil plus the right altitude of that make it the perfect white wine environment.

Although Moscato is the soul of the family run business, they also grow some Chardonnay, Pinot Nero and Riesling for the small production of classic method wines (Champagne method). The wine is vinified, bottled and packed by the members of the Galliano family, who maintain a great respect for the traditions of the vineyards, but at the same time make use of the most modern vinification techniques and methods with new and efficient equipment