Piedmont wine is among the finest wines in the world. It is mainly produced in three geographical areas: Langhe, Monferrato, and Roero.

In these areas, many wines are produced, among which you can find Barolo, Barbera, and Nebbiolo. Below, you will find some wine tastings in Piedmont, specifically divided according to the area.

Wine tastings in Langhe

Langhe is a geographical area located between Cuneo and Asti, and it mainly consists of a range of hills. In fact, in the Piedmont dialect, the word "langhe" refers to hills. Regarding some of the most known wines produced in Langhe, you will find Barolo, Nebbiolo, Barbaresco, Dolcetto d'Alba and Barbera d'Alba. Among those, the most famous one is surely Barolo, red wine with aromatic and fruity characteristics.

Apart from wine, Langhe is also a beautiful destination to explore, rich in castles and fascinating towns. A Vespa tour in Langhe with a Barolo wine tasting is surely the ideal way to discover this area, which is also listed in the UNESCO World Heritage List.

During your Vespa tour, you will discover the castles and the towns surrounded by vineyards. Food & Wine will be your leitmotif on your trip to Langhe, which is dominated by two undisputed sovereigns: Barolo and truffle.

Wine tastings in Roero

Roero is a geographical region in Piedmont, in the province of Cuneo. Just like Langhe, it is famous for being a big center of wine production. Among the main wines produced in this area, you will find Roero, Roero Arneis, and Roero Favorita.

In this territory, mankind and nature are one, a perfect match of natural beauties and food & wine. You can discover it with our wine trail in Roero. Visit a historic winery in a beautiful panoramic position overlooking the hills and native vineyards. You will hike in the wine trails on your own, in search of unmissable views.

Wine tastings in Monferrato

Monferrato is an area in Piedmont that stretches from Alessandria to Asti. It is another area that is famous for wine production, in particular Barbera d'Asti, Rubino di Cantavenna, Cortese di Gavi and spumante d'Asti.

You can discover this beautiful area with a Monferrato guided wine trail. You will spend a wonderful day among the hills of Monferrato, accompanied by a sommelier that will guide you through two of the best aromatic vineyards: Passito and Moscato. After the tour, you can finally enjoy your glass of wine that will amaze you with its flavor.

You can also take a look at our homes in Piedmont if you're searching for a place to stay.

August 12th, 2021