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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”

More information on Monferrato

Together with Langhe and Roero, the wine-growing landscapes of Monferrato have been recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage site. Monferrato is the perfect destination for a weekend of full immersion into Piedmont's wine culture, between a wine tasting and a winery visit surrounded by ancient castles and charming villages.

While in Monferrato, you will have the chance to dive into Piedmont's secular winemaking tradition and enjoy a wine tasting of the territory's excellences. The most renown DOC appellations of the area include Barbera del Monferrato, Barbera d'Asti, Grignolino del Monferrato Casalese, Grignolino d'Asti, Monferrato Freisa, Monferrato Rosso, Monferrato Bianco, Monferrato Casalese Cortese, Malvasia di Casorzo, Ruché di Castagnole Monferrato, Gabiano and Rubino of Cantavenna. In this area you will also be able to taste several DOCG wines, like Moscato d'Asti, and one of the latest Italian DOCG appelations: Nizza DOCG.

Which food to taste in Monferrato?

Monferrato's area is filled with restaurants and small osterias where you will be able to appease your hunger between a wine tasting and a winery visit. The typical Piedmontese cuisine boasts many dishes with international fame that are worth trying during your visit to Monferrato, like Vitello Tonnato, Agnolotti, Brasato, Bagna Cauda, Krumiri Rossi.

Which wines to taste in Monferrato?

Monferrato hosts multiple types of native vines which you ll be able to taste during your winery visits and wine tastings. The most widespread varieties are Barbera, Grignolino, Nebbiolo, Dolcetto, Freisa, Ruché, Malvasia di Casorzo and Moscato Bianco di Canelli.

Which is the best season to visit Monferrato?

Monferrato is a great destination where to enjoy a weekend filled with wine tastings and scenic winery visits surrounded by green hills. The different activities that Monferrato offers make this area suitable for tourism all year long, however, the most popular moment to visit this area is autumn, especially in September and October. This is when the landscape takes on warmer colors like red and orange, the grapes are harvested and Alba's white truffle is in season.

What things to do in Monferrato?

During your time in Monferrato, you will have the chance to experience different wine tastings and savor the multiple shades of Piedmont's wines. We also recommend visiting some of the area's highlights, like: Casale Monferrato, Cattedrali Sotterranee di Canelli, Barolo, Barbaresco, La Morra, Grizane Cavour's castle.