White truffle hunting, Barolo wine, unparalleled cuisine and UNESCO World Heritage vineyards.
Piedmont is majestic. The perfect place for a wine tour. This is the region for those in the know. Lacking the unrelenting crowds, it retains an elegant charm from its history of nobility and the birthplace of Italian unification.
In the foothills of the stately Alps that always loom large over the region, the vineyards of the Langhe, Monferrato and Roero are neatly planted on the slopes. Piedmont’s iconic vineyard landscape was designated a UNESCO World Heritage in 2014. A testament of the centuries of cultural heritage in winemaking and gastronomy.
Famous for the “king and queen” of Italian wine, Barolo and Barbaresco, Piedmont is a top wine destination. However, it is the deeply rooted culinary traditions that make it a region like no other.
Spend the afternoon hunting for Alba’s famous white truffles, learn to make the yolk-rich tajarin fresh pasta or explore the gorgeous vineyard landscape by bike. We guarantee an unforgettable wine experience!