Wine lovers, raise your glasses: welcome to our guide to the Best Piedmont wine tours in 2024! Unroll your imaginary Piedmont wine map in your head and get ready to embark on an unforgettable journey through the picturesque vineyards of the Piedmont wine regions in Italy.
In this guide, we’ll uncork the secrets of the best Piedmont wines that you’ll discover through our selection of Piedmont wine tours. From the fable-like Langhe hills to the ethereal vineyards of Roero and the rustic charm of Monferrato, Piedmont, Italy, offers a kaleidoscope of flavors and experiences that will leave you in awe.
So, dust off your wine glasses, pack your sense of adventure, and join us on a vinous escapade through the unparalleled beauty of Piedmont. Let the captivating grapes and vineyards be your compass as we navigate the intoxicating realm of Piedmont’s finest wines. Uncork a vintage year filled with unforgettable memories, and let the map of Piedmont Italy guide you to the wine-soaked treasures that await in the renowned Piedmont Italy wineries. Get ready to sip, swirl, and savor your way through the very best that the wine Piedmont has to offer. Cheers to a vintage year of wine-tasting bliss!
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5 Best Piedmont Wine Tours
Here are our top picks for the best Piedmont wine tour for this year:
1. Untold Italy Piedmont Tours
If you don’t want to miss out on the most iconic wines and the delicious gastronomic delights of the region, this is definitely what you have been looking for. Organized and led by Olivia, the co-founder of Italian Wine Tales, you’ll experience Piedmont when it’s at its best, either in spring or in fall. This 5-day tour will take you from Torino to Barolo passing through Alba, hilltop medieval castles, and La Morra. Enjoy Barolo, Barbaresco, and Nebbiolo at wine tastings, learn how to make typical tajarin pasta in a private cooking class, and fully discover Piedmont like a local!
2. Alba Piedmont: Barolo and Barbaresco Wine Tour
Where else could this guide start if not from Alba? Nestled in the heart of Le Langhe wine area, this charming village is a must-go-to for every wine (and truffle!) lover. This first tour will lead you to visit 3 family-run wine producers where you will taste and learn about the production methods of the most famous wine of the region: the regal Barolo, the noble Barbaresco, and the unforgettable Nebbiolo. Explore the little towns that sit upon the vineyards-covered hills and let your dedicated driver take you from place to place while you relax.
3. Asti Piedmont: Wine and local delicacies tasting
Our second pick is in the city of Asti, made famous by the “Asti Spumante” which is produced here. With this tour, you’ll get to try a variety of local wines while you discover this enchanting medieval city. And since wine is always best when paired with the right food, you’ll try different local delicacies to go with your glass of wine: from the typical pasta di Meliga pastry to the superb steak of fassona, the Piedmont-breed high-quality meat.
4. Wine tasting and Truffle hunting in Gavi Piedmont.
The Piedmont wine experience is not complete if not paired with another gem of this region: truffles. This tour will take you to the charming and overlooked town of Gavi, where the beautiful white wine “Cortese” is produced (if you want to have a taste, you can click here). Here you will take part in a truffle hunt through the vineyards and in the wood, before returning to the wine tasting room. Enjoy the selection of their best wines paired with local cheeses.
5. Guided e-bike tour in Barbaresco Piedmont
One of the most famous Piedmont wines is without a doubt Barbaresco. This liquid jewel can be produced only in very specific villages in Le Langhe wine region. Riding your e-bike, the tour guide will take you from one hill to the other, giving you the opportunity to visit these charming little towns with wine-tasting stops along the ride.
6. Wine estate tour and Picnic in Monferrato Piedmont
When visiting the Piedmont wine region, Monferrato is one of those places you don’t want to miss. Nestled between Alba and Asti, it is home to some of the best wines Piedmont has to offer. This tour is the perfect opportunity to get to know the area while enjoying the local wine. The owners of the family-run Garetto estate will welcome you and tour you around the property and the cellars, where they’ll show you the production methods of wines you’ll get to taste. You’ll be also gifted a picnic basket with local delicacies and a bottle of wine for a picnic in the surrounding hills covered in vineyards.
The best Barolo wine tours
When visiting the Piedmont wine region, Barolo is the must-go-to place. The famous wine, named after the delightful hill-top town, is named the “King of wines” and for good reasons!
This is why we created the Ultimate Guide to the Barolo Italy wine region! In here you will find everything you need to know about this velvety red wine, such as:
– Best Barolo wines to try in 2024
– Best Barolo tours in 2024
– Barolo wine tour from Turin
– Where to stay in Barolo
Remember to check it out before you visit!
The Best Turin Wine Tours
Nestled at the foothills of the majestic Alps, Turin stands as an eternal guardian of Italian winemaking heritage. Renowned for its regal history, elegant architecture, and mouthwatering cuisine, this mesmerizing city unveils a world beyond imagination for wine aficionados seeking an unforgettable journey. But the allure of Turin extends far beyond the vineyards themselves. Dive into the city’s vibrant enoteca culture, where historic wine bars and cellars await your discerning palate. Picture yourself immersed in the warm, rustic ambiance of a centuries-old Turin win bar, surrounded by walls adorned with countless bottles, their labels whispering tales of bygone eras. Don’t miss out on the best wine tours to do in the city for 2024!
Immerse yourself in the city center of Turin with this wine tasting. Cultura Liquida Wine School is a unique space where professional sommeliers will guide you through the degustation of 4 different wines typical of Piedmont wine region. Being in the very heart of this elegant city, it is east to reach even after a full day of sightseeing.
Wine tastings are great, but when they are matched with local food and a guided tour of the city they’re even better! Walking in the city center, your tour guide will take you to the best spots in town where you’ll try the Piemontese street food. Taste the local wines at different stops during the tour and enjoy the aperitivo hour like a true local!
3. Wine tasting and Cocktail Masterclass at Casa Martini
Turin is not only elegant, but also rich in history. These two characteristics are perfectly embodied by Martini, the world-famous company which was born here more than 150 years ago. With this tour of its museum, you’ll learn about what made this company become associated with high quality drinks and high quality. Take home new cocktail-making skills thanks to the Masterclass where you’ll learn how to prepare 2 different cocktails and try a selection of the best Martini products!