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Società Agricola Tenuta Carretta  - Winalist
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 ...
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Giovanni Rosso - Winalist
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Giovanni Rosso

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Langhe Nebbiolo

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Fortemasso - Winalist
Tasting in Langhe
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Barolo Full Immersion
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Cinque Quinti - Winalist
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Cella monte 2 reviews 5.0

Cinque Quinti

Cinque Quinti was born from the passion of five brothers, Fabrizio, Martina, Michele, Francesca a...

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Castello Di Perno  - Winalist
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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

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Castello di Razzano - Winalist
Visit the wine museum and cellars
Visit to the museum and cellars with tasting
Alfiano natta 1 reviews 4.5

Castello di Razzano

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Barbera d'Asti

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Castello Di Gabiano - Winalist

Castello Di Gabiano

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Poderi Luigi Einaudi - Winalist
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Expressions of Nebbiolo
Nebbiolo Over Time

Poderi Luigi Einaudi

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

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Paitin - Winalist
The indissoluble bond between Paitin and Barbaresco


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Barbaresco Barbera d'Alba Langhe Nebbiolo

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Scarpa - Winalist
The evolution of a family
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The excellence of CRU Bogliona
Nizza monferrato


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From 30,00 €

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What to know before visiting Aosta Valley Wineries

What is Aosta Valley Famous For?

Natural Beauty: The Aosta Valley is surrounded by the majestic Alpine mountains, and is known for its stunning natural beauty, with a range of landscapes including rolling hills, pristine valleys, and rugged peaks.

Outdoor Activities: The region is a popular destination for outdoor enthusiasts, with a range of activities available, including skiing, snowboarding, hiking, and mountaineering.

Cultural Heritage: The Aosta Valley is rich in cultural heritage, with a long and fascinating history dating back to ancient times. The region is home to several historic sites and landmarks, including castles, churches, and other architectural treasures.

Wine: Although comparatively smaller than other regions, the Aosta Valley is an important wine-producing region, known for its unique wine-making traditions and styles. The region is home to a range of local grape varieties, including Petit Rouge, Pinot Noir, and Moscato.

Cuisine: The Aosta Valley is famous for its delicious cuisine, with a range of traditional dishes made from locally grown ingredients, including cheese, cured meats, and vegetables.

What wine is Aosta Valley known for?

Petit Rouge: A red wine made from the Petit Rouge grape, known for its bright fruit flavors and medium-bodied structure.

Pinot Noir: A red wine made from the Pinot Noir grape, known for its soft tannins, bright fruit flavors, and elegant structure.

Moscato: A white wine made from the Moscato grape, known for its sweet, fruity flavor and delicate bubbles.

Prié Blanc: A white wine made from the Prié Blanc grape, known for its crisp acidity and bright citrus flavors.

What is the famous dish of Aosta Valley?

Fonduta: A creamy cheese fondue made from Fontina cheese, milk, and sometimes egg yolks. It is typically served with bread or boiled potatoes.

Carbonade: A traditional beef stew made with beef, red wine, onions, and garlic. It is a hearty and flavorful dish that is a staple of Aosta Valley cuisine.

Valle d'Aosta Jambon de Bosses: A cured ham made from the hind leg of a pig, seasoned with salt, black pepper, and other spices. It is a popular ingredient in many traditional Aosta Valley dishes.

Polenta: A dish made from boiled cornmeal that is served as a side dish or as a main course. In the Aosta Valley, it is often served with meat, cheese, or vegetables.

How many castles are in Aosta Valley?

The exact number of castles in the Aosta Valley is not known, but it is estimated that there are over 100 castles in the region.

These castles range in size and style, from medieval fortresses and imposing stone structures, to more modest castle ruins. Many of the castles in the Aosta Valley are well-preserved and open to the public, offering visitors a glimpse into the region's rich history and cultural heritage.

Some of the most famous castles in the Aosta Valley include:

Castle of Saint-Pierre: A medieval castle located in the town of Saint-Pierre, with a long and fascinating history dating back to the 11th century.

Castle of Issogne: A well-preserved castle located in the town of Issogne, known for its stunning architecture and rich history.

Castle of Fénis: A well-preserved castle located in the town of Fénis, known for its beautiful gardens and stunning views of the surrounding mountains.

Is the Aosta Valley in the Dolomites?

No, the Aosta Valley is not in the Dolomites. The Aosta Valley is located in the northwestern part of Italy, near the French and Swiss borders, while the Dolomites are a mountain range located in northeastern Italy.

The Aosta Valley is surrounded by the majestic Alpine mountains and is known for its stunning natural beauty, rich cultural heritage, and unique wine-making traditions. On the other hand, the Dolomites are famous for their dramatic peaks, stunning vistas, and range of outdoor activities, including skiing, snowboarding, hiking, and mountaineering.

Although both the Aosta Valley and the Dolomites are located in Italy and are known for their stunning natural beauty and rich cultural heritage, they are distinct regions with their own unique characteristics and attractions.

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