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Barolo

Piazza Falletti, Castello Falletti di Barolo, Barolo, Cuneo, Italy, 12060

Practical Info

Barolo is just nine miles south of Alba, and it's easiest to explore the whole area (including the vineyards) by renting a car. If you're staying in Alba, however, there are local buses you can take to get to Barolo.

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Private Tour: Piedmont Wine Tasting of the Barolo Region
Private Tour: Piedmont Wine Tasting of the Barolo Region
star-4.5
$498.52 per adult
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Private Tour Wine Tasting of the Barolo Region
Alberto our guide was both enthusiastic and informative. He was very knowledgeable about the history of the region and the wines. We were given information on each wine we tasted. We were even able to go to a small farmers market. I would highly recommend this tour.
mmarten2018, Oct 2018

Recent reviews from experiences in Piedmont & Liguria

star-4
Our tour guide was very thorough and...
10tangle, Jun 2017
Private Tour: Piedmont Wine Tasting of the Barolo Region
Our tour guide was very thorough and considerate .She guided us through our day and taught us much.
star-5
Absolutely recommend this wine...
Craig W, Oct 2015
Private Tour: Piedmont Wine Tasting of the Barolo Region
Absolutely recommend this wine tasting tour! We were picked up from our hotel in a nice sedan with a driver and tour guide. Our guide spoke English well and was able to provide information about the Piedmont region, wine and history of the area.
star-5
This was an amazing tour with the...
Eugene W, Dec 2017
Private Tour: Piedmont Wine Tasting of the Barolo Region
This was an amazing tour with the shuttle picking our group up at our hotel in Turin. We booked the full day tour and it was worth the time and expense. This region of Northwest Italy is stunning. We visited 2 great wineries and did some wine tasting. There were opportunities to purchase wine at each place. We also had an outstanding lunch and it was included in the tour. Our guide was very knowledgable and engaged. Our driver was also excellent, negotiating the curves in the hills around Barola. We visited Alba but it would have been great to eat there as it was the start of truffle season. This tour is an excellent introduction to the Piedmont vine region and I highly recommend it if you are visiting Turin and would like to get out of the city for a day.

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