Discover the wine regions of Barolo & Barbaresco

Visit to two family-run wineries and enjoy a light lunch on a panoramic terrace in the Barolo area.

Duration: approx. 6 hours
Language: English, Italian
Transfer: On request

Guided tour and tasting in a family winery in the Barbaresco area
Guided tour and tasting in a family winery in the Barolo area
4-5 wines will be tasted per winery
Light lunch on panoramic terrace incl. 1 glass of wine, water, pot coffee

Price/Person: On request

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Drive to Barbaresco on the six-hour tour along one of the panoramic wine roads. Enjoy magnificent views of vineyards, medieval towers and picturesque villages throughout the Piedmont region. In the morning, visit a family-run winery off the beaten track where Barbaresco wine is aged. Enjoy a generous wine tasting, with a variety of wines. Then head into the Barolo region. The drive takes you through pitoresque wine villages with their castles, each perched on the hillside. In one of the villages surrounded by Barolo vineyards you will be expected for lunch. The Cantina Comunale has all the wines of the village in its wine cellar and you will be well advised here. The light lunch includes a glass of wine. Enjoy the relaxed and cosy atmosphere in summer on the panoramic terrace under the trees or the parasols, in winter in the rustic wine cellar. Then set off on foot or by car to the second winery of the day, which is located directly in the village. The selection of wines naturally includes Barolo, which is made from Nebbiolo grapes. Afterwards, you can end the day leisurely, e.g. with a walk through the nearby wine villages of Barolo or Monforte d’Alba, and in the evening discover the delicacies of the SLOWFOOD region in one of the local trattorias.