Vineyard Landscape of Langhe
Duration: 8 hours
Languages:         EN, DE, ES, FR

In 2014 the UNESCO decided to include the Vineyard landscape of lower Piedmont, spanning over the hills of Langhe, Monferrato and Roero, into the world heritage list.

These are the hills that generated some of the most popular Italian wine worldwide such as Barolo, Barbaresco, Nebbiolo, Barbera and many more. If you are a wine lover or a landscape photographer, this excursion is for you.

You will stop at a unique panoramic terrace in La Morra, which offers a scenic view over the Langhe hills and the opportunity to take fantastic pictures of the area. Then you will move to a local wine cellar, learn about the making and ageing of the most iconic local wine: Barolo. Conclude the visit with a wine tasting (Vertical or Horizontal tasting as per your preference). After lunch at a local restaurant move to the Medieval Castle of Grinzane Cavour, home to the regional Enoteca, where opportunity to shop local wine and products is available. On the way back, have a stop at the Giant Bench of Annunziata, below the village of La Morra.

Inclusions: Car (or minibus), local guide, lunch, wine tasting.

Exclusions: drinks, tips, whatever not listed in the inclusion section

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