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Reg. San Sebastiano 2, 14050 Loazzolo

Telephone +39 0144 87132
Fax +39 0144 87032

This company is co-exhibitor of
Edoardo Freddi

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  • 02.04  Sparkling wine

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Product category: Piemont

PIAN MÜCIOT Piemonte Chardonnay - Denominazione di Origine Controllata

Pian Muciot (Small Plain) is the name of the vineyard that was surrounded originally by fields of cereals and maize.
At the beginning of the eighties, we decided to replace the old cereal cultivations with a chardonnay vineyard. This noble vine yields a wine with intense and delicate fragrances.

Altitude: 430 metres above sea level
North-Eastern facing slope with an 18% incline
Pruning System: Low Guyot
Average yield hectare/hl.65

The grape ripens in the third week of September and the best fruits are carefully gathered. After the stems and skins have been removed the fruit undergoes vinification.
Fermentation takes place slowly in steel tanks due to strictly controlled temperatures maintained at a constant 16-17°C. After this transformation, the sugary must is now wine, and will be decanted several times through the winter. After a few months it is bottled.

Delicate, very personal and distinctive features; a pale straw-yellow colour with beautiful greenish reflexes; an intense, fruity aroma with particular fragrances of banana. A fascinating taste, full-bodied and with a delicate grassy scent.

It is particularly suited as an aperitif, served in crystal glasses at a temperature of 10-12°C.
It is an elegant partner for delicate hors d’oeuvres, particularly fish and white meat.

Effective alcoholic content 11% vol.
Total acidity 6 gr/l.

6 bottles 75 cl. per case
12 bottles 75 cl. per case

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Product category: Sparkling wine



The chardonnay grape cultivated on these steep hills produces a sparkling wine via a process of refermentation in tanks (Charmat Method).
The grape harvest, which normally takes place in mid September, yields a basic wine through temperature controlled fermentation. The wine base is then sugared and yeast is added for the refermentation (Secondary Fermentation) phase in the early days of the vintage year. This key phase lasts 15 days at a temperature between 17° and 18°C. Then the product, now sparkling wine, is left in the tank to mellow on the fermentation lees.

The visual aspect shows a creamy wine with a fine foam and a persistent perlage; its bright straw-yellow colour preceding a marked and delicate aroma.
It enjoys an intense, deep and harmonious taste.
It is without doubt a brut with its own character and a winning nature and one which retains the noble and generous personality of its original vine.

Served at a temperature of 10°-12°C it is excellent as an aperitif, with fish or preferably fresh cheeses. We suggest trying it with a warm hors d’oeuvre of vegetables and puff pastry.

Effective alcoholic content 13,0% vol.
Total acidity 6,5 gr/l
This sparkling wine at 20°C has 4,5 bar

6 bottles 75 cl. per case

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Product category: Piemont

LA CALIERA Moscato d'Asti DOCG - Denominazione di Origine Controllata e Garantita


The name La Caliera has been chosen as a tribute to a lady whose home was on the outskirts of our vineyards and who played a treasured part in our lives. The memory of a warm, generous heart and a quiet, noble character is reflected in these old vineyards whose maturity produces a grape harvest rich with “suggestions”.

Altitude: 450 metres above sea level
South Western facing slope with a 32% incline
Pruning System: Low Guyot
Average yield hectare/hl.55

After the harvest the Moscato grape, now ripe and sweet, undergoes a soft pressing in an air pneumatic press. The product obtained (grape juice) is refrigerated to 0°C in order to reduce the fermentation activity.
It is then filtered and put in a tank which retains the carbon dioxide and warms the product, which is still entirely sugary, to a temperature of 15°C.
The purpose of this is to promote the fermentation process which is allowed to continue until 5.0% vol. becomes alcohol. The product is then cooled to a temperature of 0°C in order to prevent further fermentation.

The unusual and distinctive vine produces a full-bodied, robust and velvety Moscato d’Asti. The intense aroma carries a fragrance of candied fruit, acacia flowers and a typical musky but delicate bouquet. Its scent of “violet” is quite unique.

Serve it cool at a temperature of 10-12°C in crystal glasses with dessert, confectionery, fruit salad and nut cake.

Effective alcoholic content 5,0 % vol.
Potential alcoholic content 8,5 % vol.
Total alcoholic content 13,5 % vol.

6 bottles 75 cl. per case
12 bottles 75 cl. per case

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About us

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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.

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