For some reason the Prosecco region’s location is a well-kept secret to most people. The fact that it is located just an hour from Venice often comes as a surprise. Maybe it is because the region, where vines cling to hills, small Italian villages punctuate the landscape and Italy’s dolce vita
flourishes, is still fairly unspoilt by tourism. Another reason might be that the Prosecco region, unlike Champagne, which describes both the wine and the region where it’s made, is named after the grape rather than the area. Situated along the Treviso Mare road, lingering up from the coast, next
to the rivers Sile and Piave you find the Anno Domini vineyards, home of the Baglietti story and wine. A special location blessed from the very beginning with, not only, fertile and rich soil but with the help from an unexpected ally: The stubborn south west wind. A wind that happens to
provide the area with perfect weather conditions and ensures the uniqueness of each grape in every Baglietti bottle ever produced. Welcome to discover the wonderful secrets of the Prosecco region. Welcome to the home of Baglietti.
There are a handful of vineyards in the world that always walk that extra mile. Vineyards who know that the difference is in the details. Vineyards who, over the years, evolve into something else. Something bigger. Anno Domini is one of those special places.
At Anno Domini tradition and craft- manship have carefully been passed down from generation to generation. Today the founder’s grandsons are in charge of the operation creating modern wines based on traditional knowhow. The choice of land, the careful cultivation of the
vines and the processing of the grapes have resulted in wines with superior quality. Today Anno Domini offers more than great wines. The vineyard has evolved into a melting pot for wine lovers with a one of a kind Creative Wine Lab and an exclusive Wine
Boutique, optimal for wine tastings and cultural events. The multifunctional location is also an ideal backdrop for celebrations or weddings in the Beato Erico Chapel, situated right onthe vineyards property. Yes, Anno Domini is a special place.
At Baglietti it is all about craftmanship and family tradition. Our wine house is known for its high standards and great quality. Every day we work hard to create modern wines without compromising with our legacy. We do what we love and we love what we do. And we make sure that thisapproach is reflected in every singlebottles that leave our house on its way to you.
Today Baglietti is well known for its premium quality. But where do the numbers come from? The legend has it that the wines’ names are inspired by addresses along a certain Treviso village street where important decisions regarding the wine house’ future have been made. One decision at number 5, one at number 6, one at number 7 and another one at number 10.
Even the bottle
When you are proud of your product because you know that no detail has been left to chance you want to dress it in something that resonates with what is inside, something beautiful. For Baglietti we wanted to create a bottle that stands out and contacted the renowned designer Raimondo Sandri. We told him what we wanted.
He said “OK” and that he would come back when he had something. Four weeks later he presented us with his idea. While laying out the blue prints on the table in front of us he calmly said. “Can you see it? Can you see how the bottle sparkles?” To be perfectly honest we couldn’t see it and we were not quite sure what he meant. But Raimondo was
determined. “You’ll see, I’m going to give you a bottle that sparkles”. Today we know he was right. The blue prints were turned into prototypes and slowly into a unique and a one of a kind bottle. Raimondo delivered on his promise and today we could not imagine Baglietti without its perfect and sparkling bottle. Cheers!
Baglietti Rosé Extra Dry No.7 is an ecologicalspumante rosé with a rich scent from white peach, citrus and summer berries. The taste is elegant and dry with elements of raspberry, citrus and almond. A well-bal-anced acid combined with a dry finish givesthe wine wonderful fullness. Baglietti No.7 is completely organic from start to finish. Serve the wine cold, 6 – 8°C.
Baglietti Prosecco No.10 has a large scent and an elegant dry taste of pears, citrus and almonds. By allowing the wine to rest on yeast over time, a particularlydry and full flavor is able to evolve. InNo.10 we only use grapes from the Piave area, which is Baglietti’s most qualitative area in Prosecco. The perfect serving temperature is 6-8°C.
Moscato Rosé No. 6
Baglietti Moscato Rosé No.6 has a sweet and elegant berry-like taste with a gentle touch of lychee, red berries, citrus and herbs. Perfect with light food or as an aperitif. Make sure it is served cold, 6-8°C.
Baglietti Moscato No.5 has a fresh andbubbly taste with plenty of flower and berries. Pineapple, elder flowers, pearand honeydew give the wine its unique character. Serve the wine cold, 8-10°C.
Baglietti Blanc de Blancs MillesimatoGold Edition has a well defined acidstreak with a touch of young fruit and green apples. The taste is complex and elegant with elements of apple peals and citrus. Serve cold, 6-8°C.
Rose Gold Edition
Baglietti Millesimato d ́Italia Rose Gold Edition has a large scent with elements of wild strawberries, citrus and freshly baked brioche. The wine is dry with fresh acid and small bubbles. Serve at 8-10°C.
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