Located in La Morra, in the heart of one of the most famous Barolo crus, the charming relais of Palàs Cerequio is the ideal place to start exploring the Langhe, recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Palás Cerequio, a charming relais and the temple of Barolo is located in La Morra, in the heart of one of the most famous crus of Barolo. 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.
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.
All wines are served with Coravin. We reserve the right to change some wines or vintages depending on their availability.
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.