During the Barolo and Barbaresco tour you will get to know two of the most famous towns in the Langhe. Here you can admire breathtaking landscapes, hills covered by rows of grapes from which renowned DOC and DOCG wines are made. You will begin your outdoor experience in the city of Barolo, here you can visit wineries, wine bars and wine museums and taste the best wines of Piedmont.
After several hours in Barolo you will go to complete the experience of wine and food by climbing the barbaresco tower. Going up the stairs you will see a small museum dedicated to wine and the city of Barbaresco, finally you will arrive at the top from which you can admire a breathtaking view.
Are you looking for a wine tour from Turin or Milan? Do you need to pick up or drop off at the Asti train station (the closest to Alba)? We are offering you this kind of service for free.
The starting time is customizable. Usually tour starts at 09:30 Am
Barolo, the pulsating heart of the Langhe contains in its entirety everything that those who are traveling want to find, a beautiful landscape, a historic town with a view over vineyard hills, great food and excellent wine. the center of Barolo is full of numerous wineries and wine shops that can be visited, where you can taste the best wines of the Langhe such as Barolo and Barbaresco, but not only ..
The territory of the Langhe UNESCO World Heritage site boasts fields of hazel groves, stretches of rows on which grow the Nebbiolo grapes from which Barolo and Barbaresco is produced and of course many truffle grounds where every year the Trifolai go in search of the prized truffle of ‘Alba, the Tuber Magnatum Pico , in winter and the summer black truffle, in summer.
Travel Langhe means crossing a varied, colorful and exciting landscape. A few kilometers from Barolo is Barbaresco, a small town rich in culture and passion for wine. The town of Barbaresco situated on a hill, near the Tanaro river, is famous for the production of the homonymous wine and for its Roman tower from whose top you can see the whole landscape of the surrounding Langhe.
First you get to Barolo you can visit the WiMu, the wine museum inside the wonderful castle that dominates Barolo. A 5-storey museum where you can learn all about wine in a descending path of scents, light, darkness and colors.
At the end of the path, you can taste and taste with pleasure a glass of Barolo wine on the terrace or inside the museum, together with a salami and a cheese.
After the first tasting you will take a walk in the city to admire the landscape and then you will stop in one of the many wine bars to taste another wine. Here you can choose from a wide range of wines that you will be recommended and if you wish, you can buy Barolo wine.
After the stop in Barolo you will move to a cellar in Barolo, here you can visit the wine production halls, from the grapes to the bottling. The main characteristics of Barolo wine will be explained, its ruby red, the tannic taste and the scent of flowers, which you can find during the tasting at the end of the visit.
Finally, you will head to Barbaresco, a few km from Barolo, here you can climb the tower, thanks to the lift that will take you there where a small museum begins, which will unravel the history of the city. Until you reach the panoramic terrace, where you will be given a glass of wine for your last tasting.
There is no fixed schedule of wineries. At the time of pre-registration we will customize the tour to meet your needs and to take advantage of the best wine experiences available on that day, including any special events during your stay in Piedmont.
Absolutely yes! Our tastings are designed to inform all participants about wine, you will learn something new regardless of your level of knowledge. During the visits to the winery, the phases of wine production will be explained, in addition to the organoleptic information. During the tasting you will be able to recognize the characteristics of which you have learned during the visit, which must have a Piedmontese wine.
60 days before departure will be subject to 30% of the program price.
59 – 30 days before departure will be subject to 60% of the program price.
29 days or less upon departure will be subject to 100% of the program price.
Yes, of course, at the wineries you visit you can buy more bottles of wine than you tasted during the tasting.
We stayed in Barolo during our holidays in Piedmont and it was a pleasant experience to tour Barolo and Barbaresco during which we learned a lot about wine and discovered how Barolo is produced. Furthermore, from the Barbaresco tower you can see a fantastic view, together with an excellent glass of DOCG wine.