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From Alba and Guarene: Barolo and Barbaresco Wine Tour

1. From Alba and Guarene: Barolo and Barbaresco Wine Tour

Travel along the panoramic Barolo wine route on a full-day tour. Enjoy the beautiful views of vineyards, medieval towers, and quaint villages throughout the Piedmont region. First, visit an off-the-beaten track winery where Barolo wine is aged. Enjoy a generous wine tasting comparing different types of Barolo aged in large barrels. Then, have some free time in one of the villages in the area. Browse through the many wine shops and enjoy the quiet and cozy atmosphere. Make your way to the second winery of the day. Enjoy a selection of wines produced on-site, before driving east of Alba to the Langhe Hills. This region has a unique microclimate and is perfect for growing the Nebbiolo grapes used in Barbaresco wine. Visit a family-run cellar and partake in a tasting session of new wines. Benefit from the expertise and knowledge of the resident winemaker. Enjoy free time to explore one of the villages in the Langhe hills and grab something to eat in one of the local trattorias.

Turin: Private Barolo Wine Region Day Trip with Lunch

2. Turin: Private Barolo Wine Region Day Trip with Lunch

Begin your journey into the heart of the Barolo region with an intimate visit to a winery situated in the town of Alba. This winery is one of the most well-known in Barolo, producing wines that are renowned for their quality. Sip on a variety of wines as you learn about the rich heritage of Italian wine making. After your first wine tasting you will be taken to the picturesque town of Piedmont, to savor the flavors of traditional Italian dishes. Piedmont is a cradle of traditional cooking techniques, embracing the principles of “slow food” philosophy, which strives to preserve traditional and regional cuisine. Your meal will be complemented by wines from the restaurant’s refined selection. Following your lunch, you will continue onto a guided tour of one of Barolo’s most famous wineries, which grows exclusively the Nebbiolo grape. During your wine tasting, the sommelier will tell you about the unique methods implemented in the making of this red wine. Lastly, drive through the Langhe region, to see the small, but beautiful historical center of Barbaresco, which is surrounded by scenic vineyards and rolling hills. Here, you can admire the natural panorama, medieval fortresses, and surrounding settlements before heading back to Turin.

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What people are saying about Barolo

One of the best parts of our trip, our guide Marco was very knowledgeable and was able to get us up to speed before we even made it to the wineries. All the tastings were set up for us at a perfect variety of wineries to get a feel for the area. Would 100% take this tour again when back.

it was enjoyable. the driver was professional and friendly and the wines and food was very pleasant. also great views of the winelands