Popular Neighborhood Tours in Barolo
Our most recommended Barolo Neighborhood Tours
1. Piedmont: Truffle Hunting and Winery Tour with Tasting
Join an experienced truffle hunter and his trained dogs to get an introduction to the magic and mystery of the world of truffles. Learn the difference between black and white truffles as you search for them in the wood. Get back to nature on a walk through the hills of the Langhe as you stroll between the wine region of Barolo and the Bussia area. Continue in your own car to a local winery, where you will visit the cellar and vineyards with the winemaker. Then, you will taste produce made in the local area. Enjoy cold cuts, cheeses, and grissini paired with local wines such as Barolo.
2. Alba: Half-Day Barolo Wine Tasting Private Guided Tour
Join a wine tasting and drive along the most panoramic wine routes of Piedmont. Wind through the vineyards where the Nebbiolo grapes are cultivated to produce the famous Barolo wine. Admire the picture-perfect Langhe hills, a UNESCO World Heritage site, dotted with medieval towers, castles, and quaint villages. Continue to a boutique winery, step inside the aging cellar, and enjoy a premium wine tasting of 4 to 5 wines, sampling different types of Barolo. At the end of your tour, transfer to either the town of Barolo or to another village in the area for some free time to explore numerous wine shops enjoying the slow-paced Italian lifestyle.
3. Alba Truffle Fair: Skip-the-Line Entrance and Private Tour
Celebrate Piedmont's famous white truffle at the annual Alba White Truffle Fair. Discover the sights and smells of the Alba White Truffle market in the capital of the famous Barolo Region. Explore the fair with a special skip-the-line entrance, meet all the exhibitors, and learn about the history of the truffle. Afterward, enjoy a private guided tour in the fascinating medieval center of Alba, tasting truffle local snacks and enjoying a glass of Italian wine.
4. From Milan: Barolo Wine Tour & Tasting
Until recently, it was believed that up to the mid-19th century, Barolo was a sweet wine. More recent research, led by a French oenologist however shows that it is actually a dry wine, a version positively accepted by other experts. On this tour, you'll have the chance to discover a unique area surrounded by green hills with a view of the mountains not far off in the distance. You'll depart from Milan with a private car transfer and, after approximately 2 hours (often less than that), until you arrive at the winery and start your tour by discovering the vineyards, their history and tradition, as well as the particular cultivation techniques for the Barolo grapes. You'll walk in the vineyards where the history of the Barolo wine began. From the vineyards, you'll then be guided inside the winery to explore the wine cellar and learn about the particular production techniques characteristi...
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What people are saying about Barolo
Eventhough the weather wasn’t great, it was a wonderful experience to drive around the small villages with our guide Marco, hearing their story and ending it with a well executed and tasteful wine tasting. This is a great way for beginners to the Barolo area to experience the wine and history.