Red Wines & Truffles
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Vacation Style Holiday TypeFood&Wine, Guided Tours
Activity Level Leisurely
Group Size Small Group
Let us guide you in this day tour focused on Barolo and Barbaresco terroirs and taste different wines. Enjoy enchanting landscapes, local real people, tasty typical food and excellent wines by local small producers.
The Langhe: an area of Piedmont famous for the White Alba Truffle, with one of the most important gastronomic events in the world, and for its wines: the most renowned are Barolo and Barbaresco, but these are just two of the 17 DOCG wines made in Piedmont!
- Visit of 3 wineries and light lunch during one of the visits
- Tasting of at least 3 wines in each visit including Barolo or Barbaresco
- Truffle hunt
- 1 lunch (wines included)
- Ticket entrance to Wine Museum in Barolo (WiMu)
- Private transfer in a luxury car and English Speaking drive for all the activities included in the program
- Extra money for personal expenses and whatever not specified under “Price includes”
Wineries and Tastings
Visit two wineries and lunch during during one of the visits.
You can choose between different kind of Barolo producers: famous historic cellars, big producers with a long and fascinating history behind or emerging artisanal cellars, with family-run vineyards, where you will savour the authentic tastes and atmosphere of the area. The choice is vast, you can indicate your preference or just let yourself be guided by us!
Truffles & Barbaresco
You will become truffle hunters, just for one day! An adventure in the woods, following the trail of white truffles lead by a real “Truffle Hunter” and his faithful dog. The truffle hunting experience is essential to understand the unbreakable bond between the local area, the truffles and those who carry out this valuable work. Lunch to follow in a traditional restaurant.
During the afternoon you will visit a Barbaresco wine producer, have a tour of the cellar and taste at least three wines (including Barbaresco). Here again we will take you among the most important producers or the emerging ones
The morning of your last day is dedicated to the Wine Museum in Barolo! Visit on your own to this unique and interactive museum signed by Francois Confino dedicated to the history and culture of Barolo wine.