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Piedmont Wine tasting & winery tours

Our most recommended Piedmont Wine tasting & winery tours

Langhe: Winery Tour and Wine Tasting

1. Langhe: Winery Tour and Wine Tasting

Enjoy a fantastic wine experience together with a professional sommelier in the village of La Morra, located in the heart of the Langhe and Piedmont region. Tour the winery and learn about the wine-making process and take in sweeping views of the Langhe landscape surroundings. Taste 4 high-end Nebbiolo and Barolo wines served with local breadsticks. Arrive at the winery and begin with a tour of the estate. Hear the history of the winery as well as the explanation of the methods and techniques of wine production. Follow the traditional journey of high-quality wine production, from the grape harvest in the vineyard located in the surrounding area to the final stage of the bottling. After, it is time to taste a selection of 4 local wines, including 1 Barolo, while a professional sommelier will explain to you in-depth the particularity of those Italian excellencies.

Aosta: Guided Food Tour

2. Aosta: Guided Food Tour

Enjoy a rich meal (lunch or dinner) through the city center of Aosta on a guided food tour. Learn about each dish you taste as you visit local restaurants, modern cafes, and historic eateries. Discover what the local cuisine has to offer. Try some of the best food in Aosta and learn a little bit about the local culture along the way. Here's a list of possible tastings: Valle d'Aosta platter accompanied by local wine - authentic traditional flavors of Val d'Aosta with a rich platter of jambon seasoned in juniper and genepy, lard from Arnad Dop, chestnuts in syrup with honey, mocetta, cheeses from Valle d'Aosta, white and black bread Fontina cheese served with polenta - the typical local cheese served on croutons of freshly baked polenta...a valid alternative to the platter, to be tasted while sipping a good glass of wine! Fondue - prepared with the traditional Aosta Valley Fontina Dop. Tasted with croutons or to accompany a delicious vegetable pastry. A delicacy to be tasted! Zuppa alla Valpellinentse - typical recipe of peasant origin of the Valle d'Aosta, it is a rich and genuine dish based on savoy cabbage and naturally fontina cheese. Perfect to warm up during the long winter days! Polenta concia -according to Valle d'Aosta tradition, prepared with wisdom for decades in one of the best restaurants in town. Tasting of local Aosta Valley cheeses - the most traditional ones, served in an old cheese shop in town and then tasted (season permitting) in a wonderful location. Tegole valdostane - handmade in one of the best pastry shops of Aosta. A delicious gift to enjoy at home too! Coffee - served in a lovely garden in the center of town. It will surprise you! Gin (winter evenings only) - a great way to end a cold winter evening, in a gourmet place dedicated to its tasting. Ice cream (summer only) - prepared with only natural ingredients in one of the best local artisan ice cream parlors.

Piedmont: Truffle Hunting and Winery Tour with Tasting

3. Piedmont: Truffle Hunting and Winery Tour with Tasting

Join an experienced truffle hunter and his trained dogs to get an introduction to the magic and mystery of the world of truffles. Learn the difference between black and white truffles as you search for them in the wood. Get back to nature on a walk through the hills of the Langhe as you stroll between the wine region of Barolo and the Bussia area. Continue in your own car to a local winery, where you will visit the cellar and vineyards with the winemaker. Then, you will taste different wines including the famous Barolo.

Piedmont: 2-Hour Winery Visit with Wine Tasting

4. Piedmont: 2-Hour Winery Visit with Wine Tasting

Visit the Piedmont wine region, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and tour a famous winery. Enjoy a wine-tasting of famous vintages, such as Dolcetto & Gavi, Barolo, Moscato, and Brachetto. Located in Barolo, near the beautiful medieval village of Castiglione, is a family-run winery. Visit the winery to learn about winemaking techniques and traditions. Follow the friendly winery owner as they accompany you through the vineyards and continue to the cellar. While in the cellar taste 12 different wines paired with local cold cuts and cheese. Also, enjoy trying local olive oil and two different Italian liqueurs. 

Barolo: Truffle Hunting and Wine Tasting

5. Barolo: Truffle Hunting and Wine Tasting

Join an exciting experience for truffle enthusiasts. A truffle hunter with his dog will lead you into the woods to seek out the precious underground mushroom, guided only by the dog´s sense of smell and the intuition resulting from years of experience. The tour guide and the truffle hunter will provide fascinating information to help you understand how and where truffles grow. Afterwards, you will head to La Morra, a town on the top of the Langhe hills, where you can enjoy a spectacular view. Renowned for its Barolo wine cru (which differs from the cru in the town of Barolo and neighboring areas), you will be hosted by one of the historic wineries whose cellars are located in the town center. Here a guided tour will follow and will conclude with a tasting of 3 Barolo wines from the cellar.

Turin: Private Barolo Wine Region Day Trip with Lunch

6. Turin: Private Barolo Wine Region Day Trip with Lunch

Begin your journey into the heart of the Barolo region with an intimate visit to a winery situated in the town of Alba. This winery is one of the most well-known in Barolo, producing wines that are renowned for their quality. Sip on a variety of wines as you learn about the rich heritage of Italian wine making. After your first wine tasting you will be taken to the picturesque town of Piedmont, to savor the flavors of traditional Italian dishes. Piedmont is a cradle of traditional cooking techniques, embracing the principles of “slow food” philosophy, which strives to preserve traditional and regional cuisine. Your meal will be complemented by wines from the restaurant’s refined selection. Following your lunch, you will continue onto a guided tour of one of Barolo’s most famous wineries, which grows exclusively the Nebbiolo grape. During your wine tasting, the sommelier will tell you about the unique methods implemented in the making of this red wine. Lastly, drive through the Langhe region, to see the small, but beautiful historical center of Barbaresco, which is surrounded by scenic vineyards and rolling hills. Here, you can admire the natural panorama, medieval fortresses, and surrounding settlements before heading back to Turin.

Monferrato: Wine tasting & Vineyard Tour with Winemaker

7. Monferrato: Wine tasting & Vineyard Tour with Winemaker

Experience the exquisite wines of the UNESCO World Heritage Listed Vineyard Landscape of Piedmont in Monferrato. Meet the winemaker and explore the winery and vineyards, before experiencing a fine wine tasting with cold cuts and cheeses. Make your way to the Cascina Faletta 1881 winery and meet the friendly winemaker. Explore the grounds and vineyards that produce red, white, and sparkling wines, learning the secrets behind cultivating the finest flavors. Try them for yourself during a wine tasting, having the chance to savor three different wines accompanied by local cold cuts and cheeses.

From Turin: food and wine guided tour in Canavese

8. From Turin: food and wine guided tour in Canavese

This 1-day tour takes you on a discovery of Canavese, the borderland at the foot of the Alps of the Piedmont region, a natural gateway between the Italian peninsula and Europe. This region was a crossroad for armies, merchants, and pilgrims tracing the routes of the Via Salaria and Via Francigena through the valley of Mont Blanc and Graie Alps reaching Turin, the capital of the Savoy Reign and the first Italian capital. This land of lakes, hills, forests, and castles is protected by the Serra Morenica, one of the largest morainic hills in the world. Here the vineyards enjoy the sweetness of its microclimate, producing excellent wines including the Carema Nebbiolo and the Caluso Erbaluce. The Canavese cuisine has distinct flavors including cured meats and Alpine pasture cheeses, “Capònet” rolls of savoy cabbage with meat, stuffed onions with amaretto, “Ajucche” wild herb soup served with bread, and “Bagna Caòda”; the distinguished anchovy sauce served as a dip for crudités. All of this is just a taste of what awaits you on this tour. Detailed Itinerary: Noon: Guided tour in one of the castles of the Canavese region. According to seasonal availability and the clients' preferences, the options are the Castello di Agliè or the Castello di Masino. Then enjoy lunch in a local restaurant with a fixed menu and wine included. Afternoon: Guided tour of the city of Ivrea followed by wine degustation in a local winery.

Turin: Street Food Walking Tour with Aperitivo & Tastings

9. Turin: Street Food Walking Tour with Aperitivo & Tastings

Let yourself be charmed by the famous bites and sips of Turin on this guided walking tour with 4 or more stops and at least one tasting at each. Discover local wines, Piedmontese craft beer, and the aromatic vermouth, the oldest aperitivo drink. Starting in one of the city’s main squares, Piazza San Carlo, follow your tour guide to the best local street food spots of Turin. Enjoy an aperitivo (aperitif in French), a drink to stimulate your appetite. Possible tastings along the walking tour include: • Handmade breadsticks at one of the best wine bars of the city, along with a glass of wine from Piedmont • A cutting board of typical products from Piedmont accompanied by a good cocktail • Cocktails directly from the hands of mixologists with spirits that are a part of Turin’s and Italy’s history • Gourmet stuffed potatoes wisely matched with a mix of tradition and creativity, topped or stuffed with refined ingredients • Piedmontese craft beer in one of the best-known breweries in Turin, featuring a festive and colorful atmosphere thanks to handmade decorations on the walls

Private Tour: Barolo Wine Tasting in Langhe area from Torino

10. Private Tour: Barolo Wine Tasting in Langhe area from Torino

Explore top selected wine cellars and astonishing vineyards in Langhe and Roero, UNESCO world Heritage Sites, as you taste Piedmontese excellent wines. Specially selected and historical wine producers and an expert local guide will help you to better understand the flavors and specialties of the Piedmontese wine-making tradition. Choose between a half day or a full day tour. On the half-day tour, you will visit two wine cellars in La Morra or Barolo (2 wine cellars) On the full day tour, you will have a guided tour of Alba, the town of the white truffle, as well as tastings of Piedmontese specialties at a local shop. Have a gourmet lunch at typical restaurant and visit the two wine cellars.

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From beginning to end, I had a wonderful, truly authentic experience. Perfectly organized, everyone I encountered was kind and dedicated. Not only do I highly recommend it, I can't wait to do it again. A memorable day.

We initially toured the cellar and the exterior of the estate. Very prepared guide. Tasting of excellent wines, you can choose from a variety of choices

Tour of the cellar with a very interesting guide and a very knowledgeable girl. Great tasting and very passionate staff. Strongly recommended!

Excellent welcome Very clear explanations The guide answered all our questions with a smile and in a good mood

Excelent tour!!! Excelent food!! Excelent wine!! Excelent driver!!