Barolo

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The lovely tiny village of Barolo is located in Piedmont in one of the most famous Italian wine areas: the Langhe Region. The town is well known for its numerous vineyards and its incredible production of the finest red wines in the market! Every years wine lovers from all around the world visit the region in order to enjoy its exquisite wines!

The best way to explore Barolo is walking around enjoying its lovely little streets and typical buildings. Gorgeous is the ancient Castello Faletti built during the 10th century. The castle was initially erected in order to protect the village from the attacks and sacks during the barbarian invasions period. Unfortunately today is only possible to see a part of the original building; during the 16th century in fact the castle was heavily damaged and later rebuilt. It is located right in the centre of Barolo and offers to its visitors many attractions like a museum and an enoteca.

Things to see

Visiting the museum it is possible to discover the history of the village and its surroundings, while the enoteca has a huge collection of local wines. Few can resist the opportunity of tasting some of the best Italian red wines!

A visit to Barolo wouldn’t be complete without a wine tasting in one of the many vineyards located just outside the village.

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Barolo

Barolo - View
Barolo - View from the vineyardsBarolo - PanoramaBarolo - Nebbiolo Vineyards

The lovely tiny village of Barolo is located in Piedmont in one of the most famous Italian wine areas: the Langhe Region. The town is well known for its numerous vineyards and its incredible production of the finest red wines in the market! Every years wine lovers from all around the world visit the region in order to enjoy its exquisite wines!

The best way to explore Barolo is walking around enjoying its lovely little streets and typical buildings. Gorgeous is the ancient Castello Faletti built during the 10th century. The castle was initially erected in order to protect the village from the attacks and sacks during the barbarian invasions period. Unfortunately today is only possible to see a part of the original building; during the 16th century in fact the castle was heavily damaged and later rebuilt. It is located right in the centre of Barolo and offers to its visitors many attractions like a museum and an enoteca.

Things to see

Visiting the museum it is possible to discover the history of the village and its surroundings, while the enoteca has a huge collection of local wines. Few can resist the opportunity of tasting some of the best Italian red wines!

A visit to Barolo wouldn’t be complete without a wine tasting in one of the many vineyards located just outside the village.

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