September 2019 - Piedmont Travel Guide

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September 2019
Italian Moscato white wine in langhe
What kind of wine is Moscato? The name Moscato derives from “muscat” given its scent of nutmeg, musk and peaches. The vineyard from which the Moscato wine is produced is precisely the white-yellow Moscato with a golden hue. Italian Moscato wine is a very aromatic sweet white wine. Moscato wine is produced in many regions of Italy and not only, in fact, Muscat wine is also produced in France, Spain, Greece and South Africa. Muscat...
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Relais San Maurizio
Best Langhe Luxury Hotels and Resorts of 2020 The territory of the Langhe and Roero is a wonderful area from the point of view of the landscape, in fact, they are, together with Monferrato, a UNESCO heritage area precisely for the wine-growing landscape. But between the hills and the vineyards, some Langhe Luxury Relais has been created, ideal to spend the holidays among the Langhe. Here there are many Relais and Hotels of excellence that...
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Barolo Landscape Langhe
Which are the best Barolo Wineries to visit? Barolo wine is one of the best wine produced in Langhe, a UNESCO heritage site. The uniqueness of this wine is that it is produced exclusively in 11 communes of the Langhe. In reality, it is not allowed to other countries and cities, other than the only authorized one. Barolo wine is produced from the collection of Nebbiolo grapes grown in authorized countries.   The Barolo Wine...
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The Harvest in Turin
The Harvest in Turin – Grapes in Town 2020 La Vendemmia a Torino returns to the Piedmontese capital for a new edition this fall. The event “La Vendemmia a Torino 2020”, dedicated to Piedmont’s winemaking excellences in the showcase between palaces, royal residences and boutiques of the city will take place from ****IN UPDATE****  nine days of wine tasting and culture. The appointment with this new Turin gastronomic event promoted by the Department of Culture...
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