A travel to Piemonte is always a contemporary journey through its wines and its history.
Worldwide appreciated for their unique characteristics and quality, Piemonte’s wines are closely bound to producers and land, as well as beautiful landscape and first – class hospitality in medieval towns and villages. With its 43,500 hectares of vineyards Piemonte is synonymous of top ranking wines like the red Barolo and Barbaresco, Nebbiolo, Barbera, Ghemme, Gattinara and Brachetto d’Acqui along with the white Roero Arneis, Gavi, Asti Spumante and Moscato d’Asti. 17 DOCG and 42 DOC certified wines, most of which included in the Vineyard Landscape of Langhe Roero and Monferrato UNESCO represents a treasure to taste and buy in almost 18,000 wineries and 14 regional wine shops and cellars throughout the region. At the multisensory WIMU, the Wine Museum in Barolo, young and adult visitors can retrace the history of oenology as philosophy of the territory through an innovative itinerary and involving workshops. Wine tastings and holidays are a perfect couple to enjoy along 7 Wine Routes, which offer an overview of Piemonte's finest sites, from wineries to typical inns and Michelin starred restaurants.