Wines of Baglio Biata Alagna, an Interaction between Nature, Sun, and Earth
Baglio Biata Alagna owns a land of 50 hectares, divided into a wide range of plots in the communes of Marsala, Mazara, Trapani, and Salemi. The Alagna family produce prized vines in the vineyards that bring out the taste of nature, of the sun and the earth. Marsala wine, one of the main products of the estate, requires the microclimatic conditions that only the Trapani region can provide.
In Baglio Biata Alagna Winery Passion, Dedication, and Hard Work Come Together
Guiseppe Alagna found the Alagna Winery in the first half of 20th century. Antonio, son of Guiseppe, continued his father’s work with passion and determination to grow the family business. Presently, Ercole Alagna, the grandson of Guiseppe, owns the winery and has introduced modern agricultural techniques in vineyards and cellar. He has also expanded the reception area of the winery to host wine-lovers and tourists. With hard work and dedication, Ercole has successfully stretched the family business to northern Europe and the USA.
Wine Production in Harmony with Nature
At Baglio Biata Alagna, the production staff uses a collaboration of both traditional and modern techniques. The estate grows a vast array of vines, including Zibibbo, Nero d’avola, Grillo, along with rare Catarratto, Inzolia, and Damaschino. They collect grapes by modern mechanical systems, in respect of nature. The winery produces about 50,000 hectolitres of wine and places them in steel, cement, fiberglass or large wooden barrels. The production staff uses modern technology and machinery, including grape pressing, for the refinement of the final product. Plan a trip to Baglio Biata Alagna to taste the luscious red, white, dessert and fortified wines of the estate alongside stunning natural settings.