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Langhe: Barolo Winery Tour and Wine Tasting

1. Langhe: Barolo Winery Tour and Wine Tasting

Enjoy a fantastic wine experience together with a professional sommelier in Serralunga d’Alba, located in the heart of the Langhe and Piedmont region. Tour the winery and learn about the wine-making process and take in sweeping views of the Langhe landscape surroundings. Taste 6 high-end Barolo wines and enjoy a plate of local food snacks. Arrive at the winery and begin with a tour of the estate. Hear the history of the winery as well as the explanation of the methods and techniques of wine production. Follow the traditional journey of high-quality wine production, from the grape harvest in the vineyard located in the surrounding area to the final stage of the bottling. After, it is time to taste a selection of 6 Barolo wines, 3 of them directly from the barrel, while a professional sommelier will explain to you in-depth the particularity of those Italian excellencies. Graze on a plate of local food delicacies paired with the wines.

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Piedmont: 2-Hour Winery Visit with Wine Tasting

2. Piedmont: 2-Hour Winery Visit with Wine Tasting

Visit the Piedmont wine region, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and tour a famous winery. Enjoy a wine-tasting of famous vintages, such as Dolcetto & Gavi, Barolo, Moscato, and Brachetto. Located in Barolo, near the beautiful medieval village of Castiglione, is a family-run winery. Visit the winery to learn about winemaking techniques and traditions. Follow the friendly winery owner as they accompany you through the vineyards and continue to the cellar. While in the cellar taste 12 different wines paired with local cold cuts and cheese. Also, enjoy trying local olive oil and two different Italian liqueurs. 

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Alba: Half-Day Barolo Wine Tasting Private Guided Tour

3. Alba: Half-Day Barolo Wine Tasting Private Guided Tour

Join a wine tasting and drive along the most panoramic wine routes of Piedmont. Wind through the vineyards where the Nebbiolo grapes are cultivated to produce the famous Barolo wine. Admire the picture-perfect Langhe hills, a UNESCO World Heritage site, dotted with medieval towers, castles, and quaint villages. Continue to a boutique winery, step inside the aging cellar, and enjoy a premium wine tasting of 4 to 5 wines, sampling different types of Barolo. At the end of your tour, transfer to either the town of Barolo or to another village in the area for some free time to explore numerous wine shops enjoying the slow-paced Italian lifestyle.

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Asti: Market Tour, Home Cooking Demonstration and Dinner

4. Asti: Market Tour, Home Cooking Demonstration and Dinner

This local partner has access to Italy’s first and finest network of home cooks. Since 2004, they have been sharing the joys of regional Italian cuisine with thousands of travelers from all over the world. If you want to uncover the secrets of Italian family recipes, they are here to share their wisdom, which has been passed down in their families for generations.   Visit the local market with your expert home cook guide, and enjoy the distinctive flavor of Italian local markets. Learn how to recognize the best produce and select the finest ingredients. Back at your guide’s home, attend a private cooking demonstration, where your guide will share the secret of their family cookbook while finishing one of the dishes.   Sit at the table and enjoy a 4-course seasonal menu including a starter, pasta, a main course with side dish, and a dessert. Water, a selection of red and white wines from regional cellars and coffee are all included. Feel the warmth of Italian hospitality as you connect with local people.

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From Milan: Piedmont and Barolo Wine Day Tour

5. From Milan: Piedmont and Barolo Wine Day Tour

Admire the charming landscapes of Langhe in Piedmont. Delve into its long history of vine-growing. Taste Barolo and Barbaresco, two of the great red wines of northwestern Italy. Explore the area where the “king of wines” is made. Be led by your local guide to 2 wineries. On the way, pass through colorful hills and valleys that change with the seasons. Once at the winery, the producer will show you the vineyards. Learn about the production of Barolo wine. Conclude your trip to this winery with a wine tasting session. Stop for a light lunch made with local produce from the region. Follow your guide to a second winery. Understand the difference between the two productions. After another wine tasting session, you can decide which wine you like the most. Treat yourself to chocolate and white truffle with a stop in Alba. It is one of the main cities in the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Vineyard Landscape of Piedmont. Take a stroll through the city center before going back to Milan in time for dinner.

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Full-Day Langhe Region Tour with Wine Tasting

6. Full-Day Langhe Region Tour with Wine Tasting

Enjoy a full-day tour with a private car and driver from your Hotel in Turin. Your professional guide and driver will escort you to the most famous towns of the Monferrato and Langhe area. Start your day with a visit to Alba, famous for its white truffle and delicatessen. Enjoy the city centre before continuing on to Neive; once called one of the most beautiful Hamlets in the world. After your tour of Alba you will continue to the Barolo Region. Whilst in Barolo you will get the opportunity to try some of the region's most famous wines, such as Barolo, Barbaresco, Nebbiolo, Roero and Barbera. Sample the Barolo wines from this region and get the chance to try a DOCG accredited wine. After your wine tasting session enjoy a light lunch in a typical Trattoria with a full view of breathtaking landscapes of the Langhe Hills and see why they are a UNESCO heritage listed site. Once you have finished your delicious lunch you will be driven back to Turin by your guide and driver. 

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Asti: The Art of the Italian Aperitivo with a Local

7. Asti: The Art of the Italian Aperitivo with a Local

Your day is just winding down, the sun's about to set, it is time for an aperitivo. This glamorous Italian tradition is loved all over the world, and this is your chance to learn how to prepare it for yourself, the perfect souvenir. Preparing the perfect aperitivo is an art. you will learn how to prepare a selection of five elegant nibbles to pair with a refreshing glass of fizz, ideal for sharing with friends in the early evening. Your aperitivo will be a bite-size representation of its local culture, using typical regional ingredients and local wines, such as a sparkling prosecco or a light red.

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Turin: Street Food Walking Tour with Aperitivo & Tastings

8. Turin: Street Food Walking Tour with Aperitivo & Tastings

Let yourself be charmed by the famous bites and sips of Turin on this guided walking tour with 4 or more stops and at least one tasting at each. Discover local wines, Piedmontese craft beer, and the aromatic vermouth, the oldest aperitivo drink. Starting in one of the city’s main squares, Piazza San Carlo, follow your tour guide to the best local street food spots of Turin. Enjoy an aperitivo (aperitif in French), a drink to stimulate your appetite. Possible tastings along the walking tour include: • Handmade breadsticks at one of the best wine bars of the city, along with a glass of wine from Piedmont • A cutting board of typical products from Piedmont accompanied by a good cocktail • Cocktails directly from the hands of mixologists with spirits that are a part of Turin’s and Italy’s history • Gourmet stuffed potatoes wisely matched with a mix of tradition and creativity, topped or stuffed with refined ingredients • Piedmontese craft beer in one of the best-known breweries in Turin, featuring a festive and colorful atmosphere thanks to handmade decorations on the walls

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Turin: Langhe Wine Tour with Private Transfers and Lunch

9. Turin: Langhe Wine Tour with Private Transfers and Lunch

Get ready to immerse yourself in the wonderful landscapes of the Langhe. You'll meet your driver before traveling in comfort as you admire the wonderful surrounding landscapes full of vineyards and hazelnut groves. The hills are soft and welcoming, creating fairy tale landscapes to say the least. After about an hour's drive you will arrive to the first winery carefully chosen for you by your guides. The tour includes a visit to the structure and the cellars, as well as a tasting of four wines with a sommelier. Your tour will last about 1.5 hours, and once finished you will move on with your van to reach Neive. Neive's historic center retains a medieval layout, with cobbled streets leading up to the clock tower and elegant terracotta buildings. This combination of attributes has helped Neive become widely considered one of the most beautiful villages in Italy. Whilst there you can enjoy a typical Piedmontese lunch, and when lunch is over you'll have an hour of free time to discover this beautiful village. Following your free time you will reach the second winery where a sommelier will guide you in a tasting, following which you will return back to Turin.

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Private Truffle Hunt with Wine Tasting

10. Private Truffle Hunt with Wine Tasting

Italy's Piedmont region is a gastronomic hotspot, and on this private tour, you'll have the opportunity not just to taste but to hunt for one of its most famous culinary products: the truffle.  Go behind-the-scenes and join a truffle hunter and his dog on a walk through the woods in search of these hidden treasures. Depending on the season, this 1-1.5-hour hunt will lead you in search of the White Truffle of Alba (in season from late September to January) or the black Scorzone truffle (in season during the Summer months). Truffle hunting involves walking on paths that can be slippery, muddy, and occasionally steep, so appropriate footwear is strongly recommended.  After the truffle hunt, learn the secrets of Barolo winemaking in a visit to a family-run winery. Sample 4-5 types of Barolo and discover what makes this local wine special.

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What people are saying about Piedmont

Overall rating

4.7 / 5

based on 97 reviews

Alessandra was an excellent guide, flexible, nice person and added a lot to the trip. Barolo beautiful. The winery is a smaller one, but this is a lovely place and it has interesting history. Matteo is a real professional, who told a lot about wine making. The tasting and wines were good, of course. The journey between wineyards was spectacular and was crowned with the view from the top of the hill. Thank you Alessandra, recommended!

During the hike we received a lot of information about viticulture in this area and the area itself. In the winery we visited, we were also given extensive information about the wine production there and the different types of wine, of which we were able to taste five. During the hike itself there were many beautiful views over the Langhe. Overall, a very nice afternoon!

Eventhough the weather wasn’t great, it was a wonderful experience to drive around the small villages with our guide Marco, hearing their story and ending it with a well executed and tasteful wine tasting. This is a great way for beginners to the Barolo area to experience the wine and history.

Tour guide Manuela and driver great, food was very good and plentiful, only the view was missing. All in all a great, informative and entertaining excursion!

Very nice experience. We enjoyed the tasting and the truffle hunt very much.