In the historic center of Canale d’Alba, among the Roero UNESCO hills, you’ll find the Azienda Agricola Giacomo Vico, which has always been committed to producing local quality wines. Tastings in the Winery and direct sales.
The Fratelli Novara farming company cultivates its own vineyards on the Cisterna d’Asti Hills, between Monferrato and Roero, a typical area that produces Bonarda, Barbera, Nebbiolo and Arneis. Visits to the Winery upon reservation.
The company is a family-run winery located in Canale (CN), producing for generations wines of Roero. Guided visits and tastings in the winery.
In the heart of the Roero region, 5 star luxury Hotel Castello di Guarene welcomes its guests in an enchanting eighteenth-century atmosphere while guaranteeing the highest standards of comfort, privacy and relaxation. Rooms and suites, Italian-style gardens, spa and wellness center.
The Torrone Basano Coraglia in San Damiano d’Asti is a workshop (shop) where you can taste and buy nougats made with selected and natural Italian ingredients and typical Piedmont sweets. Guided tastings are available.
Wholesale and Retail sales of the precious White Truffle from Alba, black truffles and truffle-based products. Furthermore, you can organize simulated hunts and tastings of local products.
Is a typical piedmontese farmstead of the last century, a diversified production. Practice of agriculture with low environmental impact and is open to visits with self-service fruit harvests
The Orto Smeraldo is a fruit and vegetable company from Vaccheria, a hamlet of Guarene located in the valley, which produces the first sparkling cider made with Madernassa pear.
Bajaj isn’t the classic Langa winery. In fact, in addition to wine-making, it offers a number of products such as jams, juices, appetizers, sauces and desserts made with the company’s agricultural products.
The castle, which once belonged to the Alfieri di Sostegno, gentlemen of San Martino, was built between 1649 and 1680. Vittorio Alfieri, who lived there when he was young, mentions it in several of his letters.
The Canale area boasts, in addition to the Roero wines, a production of hill peaches of extraordinary quality; so much so that since 1908 the town council established a daily market (except Saturday) dedicated to its peaches, during the summer months.
Since the first edition held in 1994, the international Cheese event in Bra has grown and has become a must for the Region and lovers of dairy products in general.
Under the Covered Market’s new vaults there are roughly twenty farmers that offer their seasonal produce, while in the nearby Piazza XX Settembre, in addition to some clothing stalls, you’ll find a wide selection of flowers, plants, seeds and a dozen or so fruit and vegetables stands.
Starting from Monticello Borgo ride alongside the cemetery and then take the turning to the left for Macellai. After passing under the railway, follow the road for Macellai, going straight on until you come to the Orti road, where the itinerary follows the Bra farmcycle path. When you come to the fork in the road […]
Wild and mazy, the “rocche” are the most typical natural feature of Roero, and go all through the area, like a deep wound in the ground. Created by an interesting erosion phenomenon, the rocche are like an open book about the geological history of Roero: a true eden for paleonthologists, bothanics and life scientists. Nude […]