La Morra

La Morra may be the first place you want to visit while exploring the wine regions of the Langhe. This 13th century hilltop town with its long curve of medieval walls boasts the greatest number of Barolo producers of all the wine’s regions, as well as the most cultivated land of Nebbiolo vineyards.



Barolo is the heart of the Langhe, a country clinging to the side of a high plateau, protected and surrounded by vineyards of Nebbiolo. “Barolo” refers to a wine, a castle, and a village inhabited by less than 800 people on its 5 square kilometers of land (3 square miles). Park in Piazza Cabutto to explore this town on foot. Although small, Barolo has wine bars, museums, and restaurants aplenty to pass a pleasant afternoon; and there is no lack of picturesque buildings and houses built nearly on top of one another in a natural, artistic growth of the town rather than an architectural design. 


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