This is only an example of a multiple-day wine experience in Piedmont, Italy. Our wine tours are entirely tailor-made to suit visitors' preferences, they can be shorter or longer depending on their needs. Please contact us to design your own bespoke wine tour.
Sightseeing in the Barolo production area: stop in Grinzane Cavour to visit the imposing XIII century castle, La Morra with the scenic “belvedere” or Barolo, the town where the “king of wines” was first produced in the XIX century. Here you can walk up to the Falletti castle, home of the French Marquise Juliette Colbert (the lady who created Barolo wine) and visit the Regional Enoteca of Barolo.
Visit a Barolo-producing winery in one of the 11 Barolo villages, such as Barolo, La Morra, Castiglione Falletto, Serralunga d’Alba, Monforte d’Alba, etc. Visit the cellars and enjoy a final wine-tasting.
A short walk in Alba, once called the “One Hundred Towers Town”, famous for the International White Truffle Fair which occurs each year in October. Walk along the main street and have lunch in a typical "osteria".
Visit the Barbaresco area: walk in the village of Barbaresco with the imposing squared tower built in the late XI century to protect the village from foreign invaders, and stop at the Regional Enoteca of Barbaresco located in the deconsecrated church of San Donato.
Climb the medieval tower that dominates the area and have a look at the breathtaking landscape.
Visit a Barbaresco-producing winery in one of the three villages which are allowed to produce this wine, i.e. Barbaresco, Neive or Treiso with a final wine-tasting.
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