A Piemontegirl Tour includes participating in winery activities, walking a 10k and good food!
I've put together a few tips and suggestions for anyone who is thinking about visiting this beautiful wine region.
But what happens if your son or daughter don't want to make wine? What happens if you don't have any children?
A stonethrow away from Michel Lafarge in Volnay, you'll find the Voillot family. Flying under the radar, with prices relatively low.
March to August is the best time to visit Piemonte. If Festivals are your thing perhaps September - October better floats your boat.
I have previously shared a sort of wine bucket list, but as it turns out I only checked off 1 out of the 5 items.
One of my favorite producers, Giovanni Corino, has started making a new cru barolo! Can you guess which cru? It is always exciting to see a winery evolve and grow! I got a sneak peak at a recent tasting, and let me tell you, the wine is really good! Barolo Bricco Manescotto! The vineyard, located... Continue Reading →
During the month of November you can taste a vadt variety of wines from the town of La Morra at the Cantina Comunale! Every Saturday in November there is a big tasting, featuring a dozen wines from the surrouding wineries. For only €15 you can taste over 40 wines from great producers! If you're in... Continue Reading →
In the mountains, about 2 hours from La Morra, you will find a beautiful hotel called Chandarfei. Elio (along with some friends) has restored a tiny village in Castelmagno (just like a few other wine producers from Piemonte) where you can spend the night, eat, drink and relax. PSA: the road up is dicey, so... Continue Reading →