A whole day among vineyards, wine-tasting, great food and fascinating places.
The Langhe are a historic region of Piedmont, positioned between 450 and 800 meters above sea level, between the provinces of Cuneo and Asti.
This land is famous all around the world, not only for its wealth of traditions and typical local products, but also for its rolling landscapes which have been immortalized and celebrated by the words of writers such as Pavese and Fenoglio.
Moreover, this is the homeland of Barolo, of the White Truffle of Alba and of the Tonda Gentile hazelnut, just to name a few of the many delicacies of this land.
In 2014 the Langhe, Roero and Monferrato areas became the 50th Italian site to be included in the UNESCO World Heritage List.
The very first for viticulture-designate agricultural landscapes.
- The tour includes the visit to a Langhe region vineyards
- Winery tour through the majestic nineteenth-century cellars considered among the 100 most beautiful in the world among large oak barrels, barriques and concrete vats, still used today for the great red wines of the Langhe, particularly Barolo.
- The Tasting experience of Barolo and Barbaresco wines
The Wine Shop allows visitors to taste 2 Barolo wines (or 1 Barolo and 1 Barbaresco).
- The lunch in a typical "Osteria"
- Visit Alba (the Langhe capital) and the village of Barolo with its wine museum!
*If you have a specific itinerary in mind send me a message and I'll customize the tour for you.
Meeting Point + Tour Duration
Meeting Point Options: Rail or Bus Station, Hotel, Address or Intersection, Monument/Building
Duration: 9 hours
The tour could be a little longer or shorter, it depends on the freeway and the museum.
Transportation by car, a modern and clean air-conditioned FIAT 500L.
- Guiding Services
- Private Transportation
- Admission Tickets
Estimated Local Cash Needed
50 EUR - That's the avarage price for a good Barolo bottle
*A typical bottle can cost between 40-60EUR for purchase that are more I recommend bringing a credit card.
- Personal Expenses