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7 Days Exclusive Wine Tour in Piedmont, Italy

Italian Wine Tours

Piemonte or Piedmont region is best known for its wonderful red wines such as Barolo, Barbaresco, Barbera, Nebbiolo, Dolcetto and many others. Ideal for wine lovers who like superior wines. Piedmont is also known for the bounty of antipasti that characterize every meal. You will enjoy a week with a lot of wine tastings and food, surrounded by outstanding views of the vineyards, you will meet authentic local people, hard workers, very proud of their land. You will visit also Torino or Turin the aristocratic first capital of Italy, unexpectedly gorgeous city.


  • Truffle hunting, nougat tasting
  • 6 wine tours with wine tasting sessions
  • Barolo, Barbaresco, Barbera, Dolcetto, Moscato d'Asti wines
  • 6 breakfasts, 6 dinners, 4 lunches
  • Meals with wine, coffee, water
  • 6 nights accommodation
  • Recipes, apron


6 days with instruction in English
Spoken languages: Italian, English
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You will spend one night in a charming 4-star hotel in Torino's center and five nights in a lovely relais in Langhe area.


Day 1, Saturday - Arrival, welcome dinner

  • Arrival in Torino (Turin). A royal atmosphere is going to welcome you.
  • Accommodation at a charming Italian style 4-star hotel in the heart of Torino, with beautiful deluxe rooms, comfort and warm hospitality.
  • Welcome dinner at a traditional trattoria in the center.

Day 2, Sunday - Excursion, wine tour and tasting

  • Charming Torino: a guided tour throughout its history and architecture. Driving to the Langhe and Dogliani: wine tasting.
  • In the morning, a guided tour of Torino center with an English speaking guide. Torino was the first capital of Italy. The Savoia, the royal family of Italy, brought to the Kingdom of Piemonte and Sardinia an aristocratic personality reflected in people habits, architecture and way of thinking.
  • Lunch will be on your own. Do not loose the chance to get lost within the streets of Torino. Just be the guest of one of the main attractions of the city: cafes. You will experience an intriguing compromise of art and delicatessen.
  • In the late afternoon, departure to the Langhe area. Those hills host some of the most famous red wines of Piemonte. Barolo, Barbaresco, Nebbiolo, Barbera, Dolcetto and Moscato d'Asti are some of the excellences of the area.
  • We are going to be hosted at an elegant and beautiful "casolare", an old traditional house, on the hills in Dogliani, from a scenic and natural terrace overlooking the countryside painted of vineyards.
  • Visit the beautiful winery that belongs to the owners of the "casolare" followed by a wine tasting.
  • Dinner will take place at a traditional restaurant at an historical village nearby. Food will be rigorously from the Langhe.

Day 3, Monday - Wine tour and tasting

  • Wine tasting at Fontanafredda and aperitif at a special place.
  • In the morning, visit and taste fabulous wines at Fontanafredda winery. Wine is not just wine. It is an experience enriched by history and tradition. That is why we think Fontanafredda is going to be an unforgettable experience for you. This originally belonged to the Savoia family.
  • Visit the winery. Drive along the edges of the hills through a panoramic road and dive into a never-ending vineyards. We are going to discover Serralunga and the castle dating back to the 14th century.
  • Lunch at a local trattoria.
  • Back to our accommodation for rest.
  • In the late afternoon, drive to Monforte for the aperitif at a special wine bar inside an incredibly antique building.
  • Dinner at a restaurant nearby.

Day 4, Tuesday - Truffle hunting, free time, wine tour and tasting

  • Truffle hunting with the typical "trifulao", winery visit with wine tasting and dinner with family
  • In the morning drive to a little hilltown of the Langhe for truffle hunting. We are going to join the "trifulao" during his truffle hunting. While walking in the countryside together with a real "trifulaio" we are going to learn the secrets of an excellent "hunter". A faithful dog and hidden fields are few of the ingredients of our discoveries. *The truffle hunting will take place in the area of Alba, the capital of white truffle in Italy. There takes place a delicatessen fair trade attracting every year thousands of people.
  • Depending on the weather, a lunch outside or inside a restaurant is going to follow our truffle hunting.
  • Once back to our accommodation, you will have some free time to rest and prepare for the second part the day.
  • In the afternoon, we are going to visit to a family-owned winery which specialty is Dolcetto di Dogliani. There, we will have a wine tasting and we will prepare a traditional "piemontese" dinner. We will not be able to say goodbye to the family hosting us without having tasted some of their bottles of wine. Probably, the best of your life.

Day 5, Wednesday - Wine tastings, nougat tasting

  • Barbaresco and Moscato d'Asti tastings, torrone (nougat).
  • In the morning, drive to Barbaresco, the little town that has given the name to the famous wine.
  • Tasting of Barbaresco wine at a local family winery. They own a beautiful property with great view on the valley.
  • Short drive to the Moscato d'Asti area, where we will meet Claudio and his family, then visit his winery and taste the sweet outstanding nectar!
  • Lunch with the family, all their dishes will be made with fresh products from their farmhouse (salumi, pasta, vegetables, meat and of course wine!).
  • Then, we drive to a torrone (nougat) factory, a typical sweet made with honey and nuts, specialty of Piemonte for a tasting.
  • Back to our accommodation.
  • In the late afternoon, drive nearby for our dinner.

Day 6, Thursday - Wine tour and tasting, farewell dinner

  • Barolo wine tasting and farewell dinner at restaurant inside an antique fortress.
  • Drive to La Morra, the terrace of Langhe. From that village, we have the most panoramic and wonderful view of Langhe area, heart of Barolo wine production.
  • Later, we drive to to Barolo, the Italian town that gives the name to the most important wine of Piemonte.
  • Visit the famous winery Marchesi di Barolo for wine tasting of the king of Italian red wines: Barolo.
  • Light lunch is going to be served at the winery.
  • Back to our accommodation.
  • In the late afternoon, drive to the spectacular Castello di Grinzane Cavour.
  • Farewell dinner in the castle.
  • From history to wine. From wine to history. You are not going to forget about Piemonte easily.

Day 7, Friday - Departure

  • Departure after breakfast.


This retreat will take place in Turin and in the Langhe area in Italy.

What's included

  • 1 night accommodation in charming 4-star hotel in Torino center
  • 5 nights accommodation in lovely relais
  • 6 winery visits and tastings
  • 10 meals with selected regional wines, mineral water, digestive and coffee
  • Daily breakfast
  • English speaking tour director (Marcello or Raffaella)
  • Guided visit of Torino (Turin) with English speaking guide
  • Private transportation during all the excursions and visits
  • Regional wines, mineral water, and coffee
  • Torrone (nougat) factory visit and tasting
  • Truffle hunting experience with the "trifulao" and truffle dog

What's not included

  • Cancellation insurance
  • Everything else not mentioned in the program
  • Flight ticket
  • Local taxes (city taxes)
  • Personal expenses

How to get there

Arrival by airplane

Book your flight to arrive at Turin Airport (TRN). Transfer from and to the airport is included. The organizer will pick you up from the airport.

Arrival by train

Please arrive at Torino Porta Nuova railway station. Transfer from and to the train station is included. The organizer will pick you up from the train station.

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