Distilling with passion

Discover the world of grappa with its many varieties. Followed by a light lunch at a family-run winery in the middle of the Barolo vineyards.


Duration: approx. 4 hours
Language: English, Italian, German
Transfer: On request

Visit to a grappa distillery with tasting
Visit to a family-run winery with tasting of 5-6 wines and with lunch

Price/Person: On request

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Grappa distilleries are literally dying to introduce us to their home distilled specialities and share stories around the history of pomace distillation You are invited to learn the secrets of distillation at a small family run grappa distillery followed by a tasting.

Afterwards, you’ll head to a family-run winery for a light lunch. With your meal, you will of course taste the delicious Piedmont wines, including the little-known Pelaverga, a spicy and fruity red summer wine that can also be enjoyed a little cooler.

Grappa is the Italian grape marc spirit whose distillation process was brought to Italy by scholars from the Crusades. In Persia, distillation was used to make medicine.