Italy’s Piedmont region is known as a gastronomic capital. On this private tour, you won’t just get to taste some of its most famous culinary products—you’ll go behind-the-scenes and see how they’re produced. First, join a truffle hunter and his dog on a walk, and see if you unearth any treasures. Then, transfer to a family-run winery, where you’ll learn how wine is made and enjoy samples of Barolo.
This is the perfect experience for wine fans. Spend a day discovering Barolo’s amazing wineries on this comprehensive private tour. You won’t have to worry about organizing transport as hotel pickup and drop-off is included. Enjoy the flexibility of having a customizable itinerary based on your needs. You’ll visit three or four wineries, and all tastings and snacks are included.
Hello, this is Pier and Chiara, your Sommelier and Wine Country experts. After some years in California, we decided to return to Langhe to showcase the beauty of our countryside and home. For us, it is all about great stories and unforgettable flavors. Let us use our expertise and our direct connections to create the best experience for you: a relaxed, guided Wine Tour&Tasting at top rated producers. Wine Country at its best. PLEASE NOTE: the minimum number of guests is 2
Discover the food of Alba during a walking tour of the town. A perfect treat for foodies, the experience includes up to five tastings (or enough for lunch), which is sure to satisfy the hungriest of stomachs. You’ll savor cheese, baked goods, gourmet truffles, and chocolate, as well as a risotto or pasta with wine, and explore the streets at the same time.
Hello, this is Pier and Chiara, your Sommelier and Wine Country experts. After some years in California, we decided to return to Langhe to showcase the beauty of our countryside and home. For us, it is all about great stories and unforgettable flavors. Let us use our expertise and our direct connections to create the best experience for you: a relaxed, self-guided Wine Tour&Tasting at top rated producers. Wine Country at its best.
Every year in Piedmont, Alba White Truffle Fair celebrates its famous white truffle! Discover with us the most important Alba White Truffle market, in the real capital of the famous Barolo Region! Explore the White Truffle Fair with a special skip-the-line entrance, meet all the exhibitors and discover the fragrance and history of the truffle! Afterwards, a guided tour in Alba‘s fascinating medieval center.
Barbaresco Wine Tour is a wonderful wine and food tasting tour in Barbaresco, part of the UNESCO World Heritage list, the cradle of vineyards and wineries producing the homonymous wine. Most of the population of Barbaresco is dedicated to the production of wine and viticulture.With our private driver and guide, discover and taste the best red wine and local food, visit vineyards and cellars, historical monuments and breathtaking views at panoramic points: the medieval villages of Neive and Barbaresco with its famous medieval tower, the Castle of Govone, the Roman museum of Levi and the Regional Enoteca created inside the church of San Donato.Discover small realities of local producers, tasting eight Barbaresco wines, discovering the three expressions of elegant Barbaresco wine in Neive, a medium one in Barbaresco and a more full-bodied and powerful in Treiso.Choose a lunch.Pick-up in a minivan or car is included in your hotel or in the Asti train station, Alba train station.
At Langaround we offer tailor made full day wine tours that will help you discover the magic wines of Piedmont.During the day you will have the chance to taste wines from different producers, vintages, villages, grapes; from Barolo to Barbaresco, Barbera and Dolcetto. You will certainly find something to bring home and drink into homes. Meeting great winemakers and looking into the world, will make you breathe the unique atmosphere that makes this piece of land so beautiful.On a typical full-day tour, we will arrange two / three visits in order to dedicate the right time to each tastings; A restaurant with some genuine local food.
This visit is special because there is not only a company behind it, but the visceral passion of the people who are part of it. Do not visit the historic winery Germano Angelo, it is like losing an important piece of Barolo history. Teobaldo Germano, was the founder and first president of the social cellar of Barolo that obtained numerous prizes and mentions. Dissolved in 1930, it was bought by Davide Germano and transformed into its own cellar, the now restored rooms where the tasting takes place. Davide himself who founded the Consortium for the Protection of Barolo and Barbaresco in 1934. And then there's innovation, through Viviana Germano who throws himself into regenerative horticulture founding the az. agricultural the Flying Hens Wood. The dishes you will taste in combination with the wines are prepared starting from the raw materials produced in the vegetable garden. We are not here to tell everything ... to discover our world for ourselves.