Monferrato, Italy, tourist information
Monferrato Landscape is characterized by widespread heritage of ‘wine places“, from the majestic castles of Cuneo’s surroundings, to the underground cathedrals of Canelli,
to infernot in Basso Monferrato. Precisely these interpretations, recognized by the UNESCO, will guide the articulation of this guide.
The sincere wish of those who helped to the drawing up of this guide, is that the reader will discover one of the thousands of environmental, agronomic, landscaping features,
but especially human aspects that characterize these areas. And if you like Cesare Pavese in “La Luna e i falò“- “There is the need of a village, just only for the enjoyment of escaping from it.
During the September Astigiano, there is Palio di Asti e Festival delle Sagre Astigiane, Wine Street Tasting and Douja D’Or in Asti.
A village means not being alone, knowing that in the people, in plants, in the land there is something of yours, even when you’re not there, it is still waiting for you.”…
Then here, that Langhe, Roero and Monferrato, places where the man has kept a millenary tradition, they can also become a bit your village.
Where to stay in Langhe wine Country