Viaggiare Langhe, Roero and Monferrato is certainly the best way to spend a day dedicated to wine and its culture. Barolo is one of the most famous cities in the Langhe. In fact, thanks also to the homonymous wine, Barolo is a destination for experiences based on wine and typical Piedmont products. Unique of its kind, in the hills of the Langhe, dominated by a X century Barolo castle is one of the pulsating hearts of the Langhe. Among its small cobblestone streets many wine bars, wineries and wine shops are revealed where it is possible to taste the best wines produced every day.
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 is one of the eleven municipalities that have permission and the ability to produce Barolo wine. During this gastronomic experience you can taste the best local wines and some of the typical products such as cold cuts, cheeses and white truffle. Booking this experience in the name of wine you can admire breathtaking landscapes, taste and buy and the best wines of Piedmont.
The wine tour will start with a visit to the Wine Museum, to continue to the Corkscrew museum, to continue with several visits to the wine cellar, all accompanied by Barolo wine tastings and more.
The Barolo Wine Tour begins with a visit to the WiMu, the wine museum that was in the Barolo Castle. Here you will face a path descended of 5 floors, in which you will be explained the ways of producing wine in a unique experience, in different rooms, among lights, colors, darkness and colors.
At the end of the path you can enjoy a tasting with Barolo wine, of which you will recognize the ruby red color and the fruity and spicy aroma, along with local cured meats and cheeses.
Before continuing with the tastings in the cellar, we will make a brief stop at the corkscrew museum where hundreds and hundreds of corkscrews are exhibited, from the most ancient to the most modern.
We will then move to the first cellar. Here small and large producers will allow us to visit the winery where they produce their wines and at the end they will delight us with a tasting of Piedmontese wines and products.
Finally, we will move to the last winery where we will observe the wine production rooms, to find out what are the processes that make these wines unique, up to the bottling phase. At the end of the visit, you will be able to taste the wines you were told about during the visit.
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.
Magnificent experience in Barolo, we lived in Alba for our holidays and we discovered this wonderful country by chance, thanks to this proposed tour! We visited the beautiful museums and fascinating natural cellars, all of which offered excellent wines and delicious cheeses!