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$231.38 Food, Wine & Nightlife

Piedmont Wine Tasting and Cellar Tour from Bra or Alba

Designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in June 2014, the vineyards in the Langhe, Roero and Monferrato are among the most celebrated in Italy and are now in the Top Ten Wine Travel Destination in Italy. This tour includes transportation from Alba or Bra and surroundings, several local wines to taste, local cheeses and meat platters (vegetarian alternative available), visits to local wineries and main sights of the area in Piedmont. Visit Piemont tasting local wines like Dolcetto & Gavi, Barolo, Moscato and Brachetto at the wine estates, wine bars, and manor-houses all the year round. If you don't have your own car and you would like to tour with a chauffeur, the driver will meet you wherever you car is parked or accommodation is, and you will be conveniently chauffeur driven home.

$173.53 Food, Wine & Nightlife

Truffle Hunting and Barolo tasting

In the first part of the tour you'll meet the truffle hunter and his inseparable dog. Your certified tour guide will introduce to white and black truffles, their environment and other interesting facts while you can get involved in the experience of extracting truffles from the ground by helping the hunter. Later, step into a cozy, family-run winery and visit the cellar where Barolo wine is produced and aged. The second part of this tour helps you to get more familiar with the unique soil composition and hill conformation of the Langhe hills, listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site, where Nebbiolo grapes are cultivated and gives their best.  A tasting of three wines, including Barolo, will end your excursion before going back to the starting point.

$289.22 Air, Helicopter & Balloon Tours

Piedmont Hot Air Balloon Flight from Turin

Make your own way to the launch spot in Carru, roughly an hour from Turin, or enjoy a convenient pickup from your Turin hotel. When you arrive, meet your expert captain and crew and listen to a comprehensive safety briefing. Watch the inflation of the massive balloon, step into the basket and take to the skies! Each basket holds a maximum of 14 people and there’s plenty of room for you to sightsee comfortably as you soar up and away.Enjoy aerial views of vineyard-studded slopes, villages and hilltop castles as you soar above the picturesque wine regions of Barolo and Langhe, home to some of the most prestigious wines in Italy, including Barolo, Barbaresco, Asti and Dogliani. Soaring at an altitude of some 2,000 feet (610 meters), admire the Alps straddling Italy and Switzerland, and look out for Monte Cervino and the Monte Rosa massif, as well as the Maritime Alps along the French border. Then, float over the elegant city of Turin, capital of the Piedmont region.Upon landing, toast the experience with a glass of sparkling wine, and then relax with a transfer back to the launch spot where your experience finishes. Alternatively, if you have booked to include transport back to Turin, finish your experience by traveling back to your city hotel.

$109.91 Tours & Sightseeing

Barolo Segway Tour with Wine Tasting

After a brief training to get each participant more familiar with Segway, the tour guide will lead a pleasant itinerary  throughout the town of Barolo and its surrounding areas. First explore the quaint streets of this charming hamlet where the tour guide will reveal the secrets, the history of the castle and how the Barolo wine was firstly aged. Then, continue up to a panoramic overlook surrounded by vineyards of the UNESCO World Heritage Langhe hills. As you take a break to enjoy the scenery and take pictures the tour guide will focus your attention on the unique soil composition which makes the area unique.  End at a local winery with a tasting of four wines including Barolo, before returning to the departure point.

$121.47 Food, Wine & Nightlife

Barolo Wine Tour

Let our tour guide take you on the most panoramic routes winding through the area of production of the famous Barolo wine, spread across eleven municipalities, where Nebbiolo grapes are cultivated. Take advantage of stunning photo opportunities over these hills which are part of the 50th UNESCO World Heritage site of Italy, because of the historical value of a unique patchwork landscape, dotted with medieval towers, castles and quaint villages. Referring to the elements otherwise silent to a hurried glance, the guide provides an in-depth presentation of the region. Continue to an off-the-beaten-track boutique winery - where quality and family traditions are valued - and step inside the cellar to taste at least four premium wines. In the end, our guide takes you to the must-see town of Barolo, to admire the outside architecture of the imposing castle and for some free time to spend in the numerous wine shops.

$121.47 Food, Wine & Nightlife

Monferrato Wine Tour

After meeting your certified local guide, you will be exploring the Monferrato hills, a UNESCO World Heritage site where vineyards design a unique patchwork dotted by hilltop towns and winding roads. First, visit a winery where local Barbera grapes are aged with a technique similar to the one used in Barolo. As a result, the newest DOCG appellation, named "Nizza", recently withdrawn the attention of wine critics. Enjoy a first tasting of four wines.  On the way to the second winery the tour guide provides a detailed presentation of the region, referring to the elements of the landscape and to the unique soil composition, enriched by sea fossils and minerals left from a previous, ancient bay of seawater. The itinerary takes you in two wineries which differ in style, atmosphere and approach to wine-making: one is modern and surprises guests for the contemporary works of art which stand in the vineyards and in the cellar. The second stop can vary according to availability: either a small family-run producer of Moscato passito wine (located in a superb location overlooking the hills and the town of Canelli), or a sparkling wine producer with a tour of the underground cellars excavated under the hill and listed as a UNESCO site for the charming architecture and hard work of men who created these artificial tunnels. Either way a tasting of at least three wines will be included. You can select Transport to be included or not. where local Barbera grapes are aged with a technique similar to the one used in Barolo. As a result, the newest DOCG appellation, named "Nizza", recently withdrawn the attention of wine critics.  Winding through the UNESCO World Heritage hills,