Borgo Paglianetto is an Italian winery located in the region of Marche. It was founded in 1999 by a group of young entrepreneurs who were committed to producing high-quality wines with respect for the environment and the traditions of the local territory.
The winery covers an area of over 300 hectares, of which about 80 are vineyards that are planted with traditional local grape varieties such as Verdicchio and Montepulciano. The vineyards are located on hillsides with different exposures, altitudes and soils, which allows for the production of wines with diverse character and style.
Borgo Paglianetto is committed to sustainable and eco-friendly practices in the vineyards, which includes organic farming, use of natural fertilizers, and minimal intervention in the winemaking process.
The winery produces a range of wines, including white, red and rosé wines. Some of their most notable wines include Verdicchio dei Castelli di Jesi DOC Classico Superiore, a white wine made from Verdicchio grapes, and Rosso Conero DOC, a red wine made from Montepulciano grapes.