Barolo, Italy
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Az. Agr. Alessandro Rivetto - Winalist
Nuances of Nebbiolo
Great Crus: Barbaresco and Barolo
Barolo vertical
La morra 35 reviews 4.8

Az. Agr. Alessandro Rivetto

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

40,00 € - 90,00 €

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 35 reviews 4.8

Giovanni Rosso

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

35,00 € - 693,00 €

Agricola Marrone - Winalist
Cellar visit and full lunch - "Menu Delizioso"
Sustainable
Coni 21 reviews 4.7

Agricola Marrone

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

74,00 €

Abrigo Fratelli - Winalist
 Basic tasting
Classic tasting
Taste of Diano tasting
Vertical tasting of Barolo
Diano d'alba 16 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

15,00 € - 50,00 €

Cascina Sòt - Winalist
Tasting
Deluxe tasting
Sustainable
Monforte d'alba 14 reviews 4.8

Cascina Sòt

Born in 1975, Cascina Sòt is a farm in Monforte d'Alba dedicated to the production of great...
Barolo Langhe Nebbiolo Barbera d'Alba

15,00 € - 20,00 €

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 13 reviews 4.7

Castello Di Perno

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

40,00 € - 100,00 €

Fortemasso - Winalist
Tasting in Langhe
Fortemasso with Riserva
Barolo Full Immersion
Undefined 12 reviews 4.8

Fortemasso

Fortemasso is located in the municipality of Monforte d'Alba, a property of 5 hectares plant...
Langhe Nebbiolo Barolo Barbera d'Alba

25,00 € - 55,00 €

Ca' Neuva - Winalist
Tasting of 7 wines in Langa
Sustainable
Dogliani 9 reviews 4.8

Ca' Neuva

It all started here, in Santa Lucia, in this village of a few houses, in the early 1900s, when Gr...
Dogliani Barolo Langhe Nebbiolo

25,00 €

Sara Vezza - Josetta Saffirio - Winalist
Wine & Truffle Experience
Barolo Experience
Authentic Experience - Visit and tasting
Organic
Cn 8 reviews 4.7

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

30,00 € - 80,00 €

Poderi Luigi Einaudi - Winalist
From Dogliani to Barolo
Expressions of Nebbiolo
Nebbiolo Over Time
Sustainable
Dogliani 7 reviews 4.7

Poderi Luigi Einaudi

A history of excellence that began in 1897. Poderi Luigi Einaudi represent tradition in harmony ...
Barolo Barbaresco Langhe Nebbiolo

30,00 € - 140,00 €

Dosio Vigneti - Winalist
Walking among the vineyards
Sustainable
La morra 4 reviews 4.9

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

40,00 €

Manfredi Aldo Azienda Vinicola - Winalist
Discovering Piedmont
Nebbiolo experience
Sustainable
Farigliano
New

Manfredi Aldo Azienda Vinicola

Wine has been a passion for our family for over a hundred years. It all starts with my great-gra...
Asti and Moscato d'Asti Asti Spumante Barbaresco

40,00 € - 50,00 €

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

200,00 €

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Poderi Luigi Einaudi

This winery is very impressive. The location is great, the winery was beautiful, and the attention to detail was evident. Our guide Alicia was wonderful and spent...

David

5.0

Abrigo Fratelli

Such a delightful experience, we felt so welcomed and enjoyed the variety of wines presented!

4.5

Fortemasso

My wife and I have done lots of wine-tasting in California and France, and we can say that the visit to Fortemasso was easily the best wine-tasting experience we&...

Rudra

5.0

Tenuta Baràc

Great visit! The guide was passionate and fascinating. Very pleasant little area. Nice tasting in the second part.

Adèle

5.0

Pqlin

Wonderful experience - the wine and food were excellent!

Alexandra

5.0

Cinque Quinti

Great place! An amazing experience with this family owned vineyard.

Andreas

4.5

Ca' Neuva

We had a very friendly time!

alexis

5.0

Giovanni Rosso

Very friendly and knowledgeable host. Interesting to see the tanks and hear some fact about how they make the wines. Great wines, got to taste the wines coming ne...

Mats

5.0

Abrigo Fratelli

The visit to Walter's winery was a real success: Walter and Alberto kindly and enthusiastically accompanied us into their world and allowed us to appreciate ...

Lavinia Francesca

5.0

Cinque Quinti

Marvelous

Unai

5.0

Pqlin

Great tasting but the explanation lack a bit of information. The host is super friendly and answer our questions without problem, the location is also really nice...

Marco

4.0

Società Agricola Tenuta Carretta

Gorgeous facility, informative tour, and great wines. We really enjoyed our experience.

Alexandra

5.0

Dosio Vigneti

Nice place, competent guide who took enough time to tell us all about their wines…

Bob

4.5

Cantina Negro Giuseppe

Fantastic place and experience. Negro Giuseppe is a 40-year old family vineyard; started by the father, it has blossomed into a sophisticated and beautifully desi...

Jeffrey

5.0

La Mondianese

Paradise! Relaxing and beautiful experience in an oasis of peace. Immersed in the greenery and wonders of Monferrato, picnic basket with attention to the smallest...

Valeria

5.0

Tenuta Baràc

Our visit to Baràc was memorable for a number of reason. The country side is stunning; the wine making facilities were immaculate; our guide was very knowledga...

Michael

5.0

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What you need to know before visiting Barolo

What part of Italy is Barolo?

Barolo is a small town located in the Piedmont wine region of northwestern Italy. Piedmont is located in the northwestern part of Italy and is bordered by the Alps to the north and the Po River to the south. The region is known for its stunning natural beauty, rich history, and delicious cuisine, and is considered by many to be one of the most beautiful and interesting regions in Italy.

Barolo is located in the heart of the Piedmont wine region and is surrounded by rolling hills covered in vineyards. The town is a must-visit destination for anyone interested in wine culture and history, and is a popular destination for wine enthusiasts, foodies, and travelers from around the world. Whether you're interested in exploring the local vineyards, sampling the delicious wines, or discovering the rich history and culture of the region, Barolo is a destination that is sure to impress and delight.


What is Barolo known for?

Barolo is a small town located in the heart of the Piedmont wine region in northwestern Italy, and is best known for its world-famous wines. The town is surrounded by vineyards, and visitors can take a tour of the local wineries, sample the wines, and learn about the production process from the winemakers themselves.

Why is Barolo Called the ‘King of Wines’?

Barolo is often referred to as the "King of Wines" due to its high quality, prestige, and reputation. The wine is made from the Nebbiolo grape, which is considered to be one of the most challenging grapes to grow, and produces some of the most complex and flavorful wines in the world.

Barolo is known for its deep ruby color, intense aromas, and rich, complex flavors. The wine is typically full-bodied, with high tannins and a strong, distinctive character, and is considered to be one of the finest and most long-lived wines in the world.

The aging process for Barolo is typically long, often several years or more, which contributes to the wine's depth, complexity, and aging potential. The wine is also highly prized by collectors and enthusiasts, and is considered by many to be one of the best expressions of the Nebbiolo grape.

For these reasons, Barolo has earned the reputation as the "King of Wines" and is considered to be one of the most prestigious and sought-after wines in the world


Is Barolo an Expensive Wine?

Barolo is considered to be one of the finest and most prestigious wines in the world, and as a result, it can be relatively expensive. The cost of a bottle of Barolo can range from several hundred to several thousand dollars, depending on the vintage, the winemaker, and the reputation of the vineyard.

The high cost of Barolo is due to a combination of factors, including the long aging process, the limited production of the wine, and the high demand for the wine from collectors and enthusiasts. Additionally, the Nebbiolo grape, which is used to make Barolo, is a difficult grape to grow and produces small yields, contributing to the wine's high cost.

While Barolo can be expensive, it is considered by many to be worth the cost, due to its rich, complex flavors, long aging potential, and prestigious reputation.

What are some popular places to visit near Barolo?

Some popular places to visit near Barolo include Alba, La Morra, Acqui Terme, Monferrato Hills, and the Royal Palace of Venaria. Whether you're interested in history, culture, food, or wine, there is something for everyone in this beautiful and fascinating region.

How to Get to Barolo?

By Train

Barolo is well-connected to other cities in Italy and Europe by rail, and is served by several train stations. Visitors can take a train from Turin, Milan, or other cities in the region to reach Barolo.

By Car

Barolo is easily accessible by car, with good road connections to other cities in the region. Visitors can rent a car at one of the many rental agencies in the area, or drive their own vehicle.

By Bus

Visitors can also take a bus to Barolo from other cities in the region. Buses run regularly and offer a convenient and affordable way to reach the town.

By Plane

The nearest airport to Barolo is Turin Caselle Airport, which is approximately one hour away by car. Visitors can take a taxi or rent a car at the airport to reach Barolo.

No matter how you choose to get to Barolo, the town is easy to reach and offers a convenient base from which to explore the Piedmont wine region and its many attractions.


What are the most popular Barolo wine & spirits producers?
Barolo concentrates a wide choice of wine or spirits estates. However, the top 3 wineries or distilleries preferred by our visitors for tours and tasting are:
  • Az. Agr. Alessandro Rivetto with an average rating of 4.8 among 35 reviews.
  • Giovanni Rosso with an average rating of 4.8 among 35 reviews.
  • Agricola Marrone with an average rating of 4.7 among 21 reviews.
How much does a winery tour and wine tasting in Barolo cost?
In Barolo, the average price of a cellar tour with wine tasting is €0.00. Prices vary according to several criteria:
  • The duration of the experience: The longer the visit and tasting, the higher the cost.
  • The type of visit: Visit to a cellar, wine estate, or distillery.
  • The presence of a guide: A tour guided by an expert, especially over a half or full day, can increase the price.
  • Services included: Premium tastings, number of wines tasted, and additional activities such as wine workshops or meals.
The most economical experience in the area is Guided tour with tasting at a price of €0.00 and the most expensive is Private tour - The madness of the Grands Crus at €1,750.00.

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