2 weekends to discover the Langhe region with Terre da Vino

Terre da Vino introduces the most famous oenological region through literature, photography and cuisine.

You can discover the beauty and uniqueness of Langhe landscapes thanks to Terre da Vino, which will lead you to a photographic course into the vineyard with the help of a professional photographer (Pierluigi Vaccaneo, www.pierluigivaccaneo.com)

Guests will spend the fisrt day in Barolo, taking photos of the vineyard, they will visit the cellars of Terre da Vino with a guide and taste the greatest wines of this land, like Barolo, Barbaresco, Barbera and Arneis in the modern Enoteca (Wine Shop).

After having spent a day in Barolo with Terre da Vino, which is considered one of the most beautiful wine “cathedrals” in Italy, you will be welcomed in Santo Stefano Belbo. This typical village is the birthplace of Cesare Pavese, who is one of the most translated Italian writers worldwide. Thanks to a close collaboration between Terre da Vino and La Fondazione Cesare Pavese it is possible to visit the places where the writer lived and worked: his birthplace, Gamella, the railway station, Moncucco, Nuto’s workshop, the cemetery, the Pavese’s Foundation and the Museum.

The first two scheduled dates are on the 18th-19th of May and then the 25th-26th of May.

You are invited to an interesting mixture of “eno-fun”!

Terre da Vino cellar’s pride and joy is the barrel room where the wines mature. This space is capable of containing up to 3,000 oak barriques in an area that is entirely temperature and humidity controlled. Opened in 2010, its astonishing Refining Hall is devoted to large vats. In accordance with local tradition these large tines are of the optimum capacity for the maturation of Nebbiolo and in particular of Barolo.

For information and booking: info@terredavino.it – enoteca@terredavino.it

Phone +390173564611

http://www.terredavino.it/

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