Alba, Italy
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Tenuta Baràc - Winalist
Baràc estate wine tour
Organic
Alba 12 reviews 4.8

Tenuta Baràc

Baràc is an estate of rare beauty, located in the heart of the Piedmontese Langhe, and is locate...
Barbera d'Alba Barbaresco Barolo

From 25,00 €

Società Agricola Tenuta Carretta  - Winalist
Nebbiolando
Sustainable
Piobesi d'alba 11 reviews 4.9

Società Agricola Tenuta Carretta

Tenuta Carretta is located in Piobesi d'Alba, in Roero, in Piedmont. It is a winery rich in ...
Barbera d'Alba Barbaresco Barolo

From 45,00 €

Cantina Negro Giuseppe - Winalist
Pulin tasting
"Gran Monsú" wine tasting
Tasting "Great Harvests"
Neive 10 reviews 4.9

Cantina Negro Giuseppe

Negro Giuseppe’s winery is located in the municipal district of Neive, one of the most renowned...

From 25,00 €

Az. Agr. Alessandro Rivetto - Winalist
Nuances of Nebbiolo
Great Crus: Barbaresco and Barolo
Barolo vertical
La morra 7 reviews 4.6

Az. Agr. Alessandro Rivetto

We are at the Annunziata, the crucial center of the production of Barolo from La Morra. If you d...

From 40,00 €

Cantina  Fabrizio Battaglino - Winalist
Discovering the Roero
Sustainable
Vezza d'alba 6 reviews 4.7

Cantina Fabrizio Battaglino

Fabrizio Battaglino è un vignaiolo del Roero che continua la tradizione vitivinicola della famig...

From 25,00 €

Giovanni Rosso - Winalist
From the territory to the bottle
The secrets of the legendary cru VignaRionda
Fly with us
Cuneo agri-county experience
A noble feast of the senses
In the company of the chef
Private Cooking Class
Cooking class for children
Truffle hunting
Sustainable
Serralunga d'alba 5 reviews 5.0

Giovanni Rosso

Giovanni Rosso is a family-run historical reality of Serralunga d'Alba, known in the world o...
Langhe Nebbiolo

From 35,00 €

Agricola Marrone - Winalist
Cellar visit and full lunch - "Menu Delizioso"
Sustainable
Coni 4 reviews 4.5

Agricola Marrone

We are Denise, Serena and Valentina Marrone, together with our parents we run the family business...
Barbaresco Nebbiolo d'Alba Langhe Nebbiolo

From 74,00 €

Abrigo Fratelli - Winalist
 Basic tasting
Classic tasting
Taste of Diano tasting
Vertical tasting of Barolo
Diano d'alba 4 reviews 4.8

Abrigo Fratelli

The Abrigo Fratelli farm is located in the heart of the Langhe in Diano d'Alba. Founded in 1...
Barbera d'Alba Langhe Nebbiolo Nebbiolo d'Alba

From 15,00 €

Castello Di Perno  - Winalist
Classic tasting
Premium tasting
The nuances of Nebbiolo and Barbera
Vertical tasting of Barolo from different vintages
Tasting Verticale di Langhe Nascetta DOC
Art&Wine
Organic
Monforte d'alba 2 reviews 4.5

Castello Di Perno

Castello di Perno dominates the homonymous village, a hamlet of Monforte d'Alba since 1932. ...
Barbera d'Asti Barolo Langhe Nebbiolo

From 40,00 €

Pqlin - Winalist
Roero 100%
Roero and beyond...
Organic
Castagnito 1 reviews 5.0

Pqlin

At the beginning of 1900 when all his brothers and sisters abandoned the countryside, our grandfa...
Barbera d'Alba Roero Roero Arneis

From 15,00 €

Sara Vezza - Josetta Saffirio - Winalist
Wine & Truffle Experience
Barolo Experience
Authentic Experience - Visit and tasting
Organic
Cn
New

Sara Vezza - Josetta Saffirio

Our family is rooted in this land from the beginning of the twentieth century. In a century of li...
Nebbiolo d'Alba Barolo Barbera d'Alba

From 30,00 €

Dosio Vigneti - Winalist
Walking among the vineyards
Sustainable
La morra
New

Dosio Vigneti

The history of the Dosio winery originates in the heart of the Langhe (unesco heritage area since...
Asti and Moscato d'Asti Barbera d'Asti Barbera d'Asti Superiore Nizza

From 40,00 €

Paitin - Winalist
The indissoluble bond between Paitin and Barbaresco
Biodynamic
Neive
New

Paitin

Paitin is an ancient nickname inextricably linked to the Elia family for centuries. We are a sma...
Barbaresco Barbera d'Alba Langhe Nebbiolo

From 30,00 €

Rivetto Dal 1902 - Winalist
The Vertical - Barolo retrò
Biodynamic
Sinio
New

Rivetto Dal 1902

OUR APPROACH In 2011 we started to think and act organic in the vineyards (officially certified s...
Barolo

From 200,00 €

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Take a wine trip to Alba, a beautiful city located in the heart of Piedmont, Italy. Alba is a city that's full of charm and offers a unique and unforgettable experience for travelers from all over the world. One of the main reasons to visit Alba is its world-renowned wine.


The city is known for producing some of the most exceptional wines in the world, including Barolo, Barbaresco, and Dolcetto. These wines are famous for their complexity and flavor and have earned Alba a reputation as one of the best wine regions in Italy.


Aside from wine, Alba also boasts stunning architecture, rich history, and a vibrant culinary scene. The city is home to several Michelin-starred restaurants, serving traditional Piedmontese cuisine with a modern twist. You can also enjoy truffle hunting, cheese tasting, and the famous white truffle festival, which takes place every autumn.


Whether you're a wine connoisseur or simply looking to explore a beautiful Italian city, Alba is the perfect destination for your next adventure. So come and experience the beauty, culture, and best wine tours and tastings in Piedmont.

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What you need to know before visiting Alba

What is Alba famous for?

Alba is famous for its wine production, especially its Barolo and Barbaresco wines. The city is also known for its truffles, and hosts the International Alba White Truffle Fair every year.

How to get to Alba?

Alba is well-connected by train, bus, and car. The nearest airport is Turin Caselle Airport, which is about 80 kilometers away. From the airport, you can either rent a car or take a shuttle bus to reach Alba.

When is the best time to visit Alba?

The best time to visit Alba is in the fall when the weather is mild, and the vineyards are ablaze with color. This is also the time of the International Alba White Truffle Fair.

What are some other attractions to visit in Alba?

In addition to its wineries, Alba has several other attractions to visit, including the Alba Cathedral, Piazza Duomo, and the Wine Museum. The city is also located near several other charming villages and towns, including Barolo and Langhe.

What are the best wine regions to visit near Alba?

Alba is located in the heart of the Piedmont region of Italy, which is known for its exceptional wines. Here are some of the best wine regions to visit near Alba:

  • Langhe - The Langhe region is located just south of Alba and is known for producing some of the best Barolo and Barbaresco wines in the world. The region is characterized by its rolling hills, vineyards, and small, picturesque villages.
  • Roero - The Roero region is located north of Alba and is known for its elegant, fruity wines made from the Nebbiolo grape. The region is also known for its white wines made from the Arneis grape, which have a crisp, refreshing flavor.
  • Monferrato - The Monferrato region is located east of Alba and is known for its Barbera wines. The region is also famous for its truffles and has a rich culinary tradition.
  • Asti - The Asti region is located southeast of Alba and is known for its sparkling wines made from the Moscato grape. The region is characterized by its rolling hills, vineyards, and historic towns and cities.
  • Gavi - The Gavi region is located southwest of Alba and is known for its crisp, refreshing white wines made from the Cortese grape. The region is also known for its stunning countryside, with rolling hills and vineyards.


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