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Thumbnail Winedering in Piedmont among grand Chefs and great wines
Diano d'Alba, Cuneo (Langhe, Monferrato, Roero)
4 Days
Participants: Minimum 2, Maximum 6
From €1,699.00
“Enjoy a special 4 days experience in the heart of one of the most enchanting wine destination in the world, Piedmont”
Thumbnail Piemonte & Tuscany Wine Holiday - 8 days & 7 nights
Somma Lombardo, Varese (Langhe, Chianti, Food Valley, Barolo)
8 Days
Participants: Minimum 1, Maximum Not Specified
From €3,921.97
“Visit iconic Italian destinations and immerse yourself in authentic experiences between Langhe, Florence, Chianti and Bologna”
Thumbnail Wine and Relax at Fontechiara Winery
Borgomanero, Novara
2 Days
Participants: Minimum 2, Maximum 2
From €100.00
“A unique experience at Cantina Fontechiara: taste the wines of the territory and spend 1 night in an outstanding location!”

More information on Piedmont

Famous for its great wines and rich traditional cuisine, but also for its regal palaces and car factories, Piedmont is one of the most loved regions by wine travelers who decide to visit Italy. Thanks to its secular winemaking traditions, Piedmont boasts a great number of wineries that you can visit, ranging from small family-run realities to well-established businesses exporting thousands of bottles, where you will be able to enjoy some remarkable wine tastings and learn about Piedmont’s wine traditions.

During your visits to its wineries, you will find out how Piedmont is perhaps the Italian region with the richest wine culture and history. Vines were present in this territory before Roman times, and over the centuries its inhabitants built a strong reputation for their wines, now famous just as much as wines from Burgundy or Bordeaux. Nowadays, Piedmont boasts 42 DOC appellations and 17 DOCG appellations that you can taste during your wine tastings in the region.

Which food to taste in Piedmont?

Great wines and memorable wine tastings are not the only things that Piedmont has to offer. In fact, this region is also the cradle of Slow Food, an international movement promoting good, clean and fair food for all. The traditional dishes and artisanal food products of Piedmont are numerous, but some of the most iconic ones are agnolotti, bagna cauda, vitello tonnato, bollito misto, tajarin, panna cotta.

Which wines to taste in Piedmont?

Your wine tastings in Piedmont will feature wines made with the different vines that can be found in this territory, which are predominantly red grape varieties. The most widespread red grape type is Barbera, followed by Dolcetto, Nebbiolo (used for the vinification of Barolo and Barbaresco), Grignolino and Pelaverga. The most cultivated white grape varieties are instead Arneis, Cortese, Nascetta, Erbaluce, Rossese and Moscato.

Which is the best season to visit Piedmont?

You can book your wine tastings and winery visits in Piedmont throughout the year. The most popular season for wine tourism is definitely autumn when Alba’s famous white truffle is in season and the city hosts its international truffle fair. Visiting during this period will allow you to admire the autumnal colors in the vineyards, savor the traditional cuisine and even try your luck in a truffle hunt.

What things to do in Piedmont?

Besides wine tastings and winery visits, during your time in Piedmont, we recommend diving into its history and visiting at least a few of its many cultural and art sites, such as the city of Turin, with its historical center, museums and churches, Sacra of San Michele’s abbey, Villa Taranto, Lake Maggiore and its Borromee islands, Reggia di Venaria.