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Thumbnail Beer tasting & tour at Kraft Brewery KAUSS
Verzuolo, Cuneo (Langhe, Roero)
2 Hours
Participants: Minimum 2, Maximum 20
From €20.00
“Visit Kraft Brewery KAUSS and discover the beer production process in a guided tasting of 3 artisanal beers”
Thumbnail Langa in a dish at Moscone Winery
La Morra, Cuneo (Langhe, Alta Langa, Barolo)
4 Hours
Participants: Minimum 2, Maximum Not Specified
From €65.00
“We live in the Land of "Cuisine" and we could not remain indifferent to this! Get ready to live the ultimate food and wine experience”
Thumbnail Blind tasting experience at Moscone Winery
La Morra, Cuneo (Langhe, Alta Langa, Barolo)
2 Hours
Participants: Minimum 2, Maximum Not Specified
From €35.00
““Nothing is in the mind that has not first been in the senses." St. Thomas Aquinas”
Thumbnail Vineyard's Picnic at Moscone Winery
La Morra, Cuneo (Langhe, Barolo)
2 Hours
Participants: Minimum 2, Maximum Not Specified
From €30.00
“Join us in the vineyard for a rich picnic with wine at Moscone Winery”
Thumbnail E-bike Exclusive experience at Moscone Winery
La Morra, Cuneo (Langhe, Barolo)
6 Hours
Participants: Minimum 2, Maximum Not Specified
From €65.00
“Wandering through Moscone vineyards and beyond!”

More information on Langhe

Langhe is a wine appellation and area located in the southern part of Piedmont. Its secular winemaking traditions and culinary heritage make Langhe the perfect destination for your next wine tasting or wine tour. Langhe is the plural of Langa, which literally means long hill. This landscape, in fact, is characterized by hills covered in vineyards, medieval castles and several wineries to visit with century-old cellars. This magical landscape has been recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage site.

Plan your next wine tasting in one of the highlights of Piedmont's centuries-old wine culture. The excellent cultivation techniques and the quality of the wines produced in the Langhe area make it a reference point for wine lovers across the world. And its stunning scenery will guarantee some of the best winery visits you'll experience.

Which food to taste in Langhe?

The many wine tastings and scenic winery visits you'll experience while in Langhe will definitely whet your appetite. This won't be an issue, as Piedmont enjoys a well-deserved reputation across Italy when it comes to its culinary specialties, making it a great location for your food and wine tours. Must-tries of the area are tajarin 30 tuorli, agnolotti del plin, carne cruda, gran bollito misto, brasato, bagna caöda, Alba's white truffle.

Which wines to taste in Langhe?

You will be able to try different grape varieties and wine appellations during your wine tastings in Langhe. The most common traditional vines of the area are Nebbiolo, Dolcetto, Barbera, Arneis and Moscato (and in smaller quantities Pelaverga, Freisa, Favorita and Nascetta) while the most represented international ones are Chardonnay, Sauvignon, Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot.

Which is the best season to visit Langhe?

The most popular time to plan a holiday, weekend or simply a wine tasting in the Langhe area is from the beginning of September to the end of October when the grapes are harvested and Alba's famous white truffle is in season. During this period, the green landscape of the Langhe is transformed into a palette of warmer autumn colors.

What things to do in Langhe?

During your time in Langhe, don't limit yourself to wine tastings and winery visits. Some of the historical highlights we recommend visiting include Castello di Serralunga d'Alba, Cappella delle Brunate, Castello di Grinzane Cavour, Alba, Barolo, Barbaresco, La Morra.