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We instantly fell in love with the Barolo region and believe you will too

Catherine Sabino's Forbes article on Piedmont provides excellent insight into this amazing Italian wine region, rich with history, breathtaking landscapes, cultural experiences, luxurious accommodations, and of course, food and wine. If you are a fan of Barolo, Barbaresco or Barbera wines, there are many food and wine pairing options along with the wide variety of gourmet local Italian and French influenced cuisine.

The most famous is the Alba white truffle, attracting visitors from all over the world in October and November, the peak of white truffle season.

There is nothing like feeling the warmth of the Piedmont sun on your face as it sets over a vineyard, while enjoying a glass of delicious local wine. We are intimately knowledgeable concerning all that Piedmont has to offer after numerous annual visits to the region over the past 12 years. We hope we have whet your appetite enough to check out our 2020 tours:

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