1. Langhe
  2. Barolo
  3. Barbaresco
  4. Roero
  5. Acquese and Ovadese
  6. Gavi and Tortonese
  7. Asti and Moscato
  8. Monferrato
  9. Torinese
  10. Alto Piemonte

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Because that's how Italians do it! - An American in Italy

A blog by Diana Zahuranec


The Royal Enologist of Barolo

The August Blogging Piemonte topic is Royalty in Piemonte. I immediately thought of the royal Savoy family, one of oldest monarchies in the world: the house was founded in 1003, and they ruled northwestern Italy up until Unification in 1861; and unified Italy until 1946. In several of their many…

Hiking in Piemonte, Part 3: Vineyard Walks

With the third post in this hiking series, I get to what wine lovers really want to know: great vineyard walks. There is no shortage of awesome vineyard walks and hikes throughout Piemonte – especially throughout the Langhe, Roero, and Monferrato (but other zones have great vineyard walks too –…
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