Gourmets take note: the rolling hills, valleys, and townships of southern Piedmont are northern Italy's most fragrant pantry, weighed down with sweet hazelnuts, rare white truffles, arborio rice, delicate veal, precious cheeses and Nebbiolo grapes that turn into enchanting Barolo and Barbaresco wines.
The vineyard landscapes evoke profound, ancient knowledge of the relationship between man and his environment. These reflections are formed by a slowly developed association between diverse soils, grape varieties that are often native, and suitable winemaking processes. The vineyards offer panoramas of carefully cultivated hillsides following ancient land divisions punctuated with buildings that lend structure to the visual space: hilltop villages, castles, Romanesque churches, farms, cellars, and storehouses for cellaring and commercial distribution in small towns and larger towns on the margins of the vineyards.
This ancient territory has outstanding aesthetics due to the robust harmony between landscape design, historic buildings associated with wine production, and ancient winemaking traditions.
Your exploration combines castles and towers emerging from among the vineyards, villages such as La Morra, Vergne, Bra, the capital of Langhe, Alba, and two of the most beautiful wineries in the area.