Relais Palás Cerequio | The Grand Wine Tour

Piedmont Resort

Relais Palás Cerequio


Borgata Cerequio, 12064, La Morra (CN)

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Michele Chiarlo


  • 4 suites
  • 3 suites duplex
  • 2 Junior suite

Pets allowed


Air conditioning and heating with personalized controls, Full HD 40’’ TV with digital and satellite channels, docking station for iPads, Free WiFi, hair dryer and toiletries, in-room private wellness area (only in suites), in-room massage service, panoramic swimming pool, Tesla charging station,  in-room massage service


Barolo Grand Crus private tastings, E-bike rentals, Vespa rentals, Cerequio Vineyard Tour, Truffle hunting

The first Relais dedicated to Barolo where everything has been conceived to be lived to the fullest and savored with calm, in the heart of one of the most prestigious Barolo crus

Palás Cerequio, a charming relais and the temple of Barolo, is the ideal starting place to discover the Langhe.

Located in La Morra, in the heart of one of the most famous crus of Barolo, Palás Cerequio offers the luxury and magnetic charm of a total immersion in the world of Piedmont wine, allowing you to savour every moment with calm and sensibility.

Relais Palás Cerequio is in one of the 6 core zones which comprise the fiftieth UNESCO site in Italy: The Viticultural landscapes of Langhe-Roero and Monferrato, were declared World Heritage Sites in 2014.

The facility, owned by Michele Chiarlo winery, once an ancient noble palace (Palàs in Piedmontese dialect), has been completely renovated and offers its guests the unique experience of staying immersed among the vineyards.

From the architectural design to its furnishings, the works of art hanging on the walls to the selection of wines and gastronomic delicacies, the spectacular views of the vineyards up to the smallest architectural detail, Everything at Palás Cerequio is about the story and passion for Barolo, for quality wines and the joy of life, a typical trait of these extraordinary hills.

Bistrò Gourmet

The great dishes of Piedmont meet fish, which arrives fresh every day from the coasts of Liguria. The excellences of the Langhe come together with new ingredients to create highly balanced dishes, which keep a strong traditional identity while showing a glimpse of innovation.

This is the art of Francesco Oberto, a Michelin-starred chef with strong Piedmontese roots, a self-taught cook who has amazed the world of food with his sensitivity and curiosity that has brought him to the pursuit of the best ingredients and the most balanced combinations. Oberto will take care of all the gourmet excellences served at Palás Cerequio.

Restaurant service for lunch and dinner is also open to external guests of Palás Cerequio. A moment dedicated to savoring exclusive cuisine, personally prepared by Francesco Oberto and his team. At dinner, a cheese trolley is always available, with exclusive selections of local products. When the weather is good, lunch and dinner can be served on the terrace, where you can enjoy one of the most enchanting views of the Barolo hills.

The Caveau of Barolo

Inside the eighteenth-century cellars of Palás Cerequio, the Caveau of Barolo lays in silence. Here is where the history of Michele Chiarlo winery resides: over half a century of Barolo vintages, from 1958 until present, are meticulously preserved, creating a unique collection of over 6,000 bottles of various sizes. Precious documents are preserved in the Caveau of Cerequio including the celebrated viticultural and oenological Monograph of the province of Cuneo, a volume written by Lorenzo Fantini in 1879.

Barolo Grand Crus private tastings at Palás Cerequio

Palás Cerequio offers a unique wine experience for true wine lovers: horizontal and vertical tastings, led by sommelier Roberto Stroppiana, of old Barolo vintages selected among the greatest expressions of the most prestigious crus of the Barolo denomination.

Why you should stay

  • Resort immersed in the Cerequio cru
  • Swimming pool overlooking the vineyards
  • The Caveau of Barolo: A stunning 18th-century wine cellar where over 6,000 bottles of Barolo vintages from 1958 to now are collected.