A full day dedicated to wine, to the life of Piedmont to the beauty of the territory, Langhe Wine Tasting Tour Experience is the best activity for traveling the Langhe and discovering the beauties of Langhe-Roero & Monferrato, a UNESCO heritage site.
If during your holidays in Italy you want to visit some of the main areas where the fine Barolo and Barbaresco wines are produced, the Langhe Wine Tasting Tour is the experience for you. Here you can admire a unique landscape, depending on the season you are in you will find snow-covered hills, expanses of green vineyards, bunches of grapes that stain the green carpet of the vineyards and shades of colors from green to red during the autumn.
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.
The starting time is customizable. Usually tour starts at 09:30 Am
By booking Langa Wine Tasting Tour you will be able to see beautiful landscapes, towns rich in history and culture for wine, truffles and good food. In fact the whole area of the langhe is renowned for its production of DOC and DOCG wines, for good food and for the white truffle of Alba, the Tuber Magnatum Pico. The Langa area includes many municipalities such as Alba, Barolo, Barbaresco, Manforte d’Alba, Novello, Castiglione Falletto, Diano d’Alba, Grinzane Cavour, La Morra (Where the Cappella of Barolo is), Neive, Serrralunga d’Alba, Turin where thousands of rows of vines grow grapes each year from which thousands and thousands of bottles of wine are produced every year after the September harvest.
During the Langa Wine Tasting Tour you will be able to see places and breathtaking views, wine cellars producing the best Piedmontese wines, taste DOC and DOCG wines together with typical local products, taste the white truffle of Alba and find the thrill of a truffle hunt .
The Langhe wine tour will begin at 9.30 the first stop will be the visit to the Castle of Govone. The Castle of Govone was the residence of the Savoys from 1072, inside there are several rooms like royal apartments, an honor salon, Chinese rooms and much more.
The second stop will be at la Morra to make a tasting of the best wines of the area, from here we will make a brief stop at the hidden Cappella del Barolo, a small colored church among the vineyards.
After that we will move to Barolo, here you can have lunch in a restaurant or local trattoria where you can taste traditional dishes. At the end of lunch we will take a walk in Barolo to move to the Wine Museum, the WiMu, which is located inside the beautiful castle overlooking the city of Barolo. At the end of the visit we will do a Barolo wine tasting.
We will then move to the capital of the Langhe, Alba, where its king is definitely the white truffle. Here you can taste it and buy truffles or white truffle products from Alba.
Finally we will go to enjoy the sunset on the tower of Barbaresco where, after going up, crossing a small museum of wine and the city of Barbaresco, we will enjoy a breathtaking view of the Langhe territories, from the panoramic terrace, naturally tasting a glass of Barbaresco.
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.