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Visiting Barolo and specifically this winery, were the highlight of our trip to Italy. We set up an English speaking tour through email on their website and we also arranged to have lunch after the tour was complete (about 50 euro per person and totally...More
It was great to visit this winery, the tour was very instructive and the guide very knowledgeable on wine and history of the area. The wine tasting experience was also great, 4 types of Barolo for a very reasonable price
Beautiful estate on edge of Barolo since 1894 with impressive offering of reds, whites, sparkling and sweet wines and grappas as well as a gift shop and exquisite restaurant. Parking can be a challenge but well worth it. Book ahead for English speaking guide. We...More
NOTE: Piemontese winery tours require reservations, to ensure an English-speaking guide. Most "tours" are only 2-4 people. Do not expect gift shops a la Napa or Sonoma; these are people busy making exceptional wine.
Arrived mid day for a tour. It's easy enough to find...More
We made an appointment a week before the visit by email. All conversations were easy and informative, good and friendly. When we arrived to Barolo from Alba, we were welcomed by Ilia, who took us to the tour in English. It was very interesting and...More
We visited the winery without an appointment, they have set tours in different languages and we had to wait for the tour in English (max 1 hours), then I asked if they would have a tour in German earlier and they did, we expected to...More
My husband and I enjoyed a wonderful day at Barolo. The Tourist Information Centre in Alba made arrangements for us to visit with Silvia, who spoke excellent English and took us on a tour of this historic family winery. Afterwards, we enjoyed lunch and meeting...More
Ten years ago, my husband and I visited this winery and somehow wound up having lunch - and it was the absolute highlight of our trip. At the time we were staying in San Remo and made the drive. We swore if we had the...More
We had a lovely private tour and a downright excellent lunch with veal carpaccio, a stuffed pasta, and a dessert course. All paired with great wines. To our surprise we were offered a glass of the 2009 Borolo reserva which is quite an expensive bottle...More