Alba is the capital of the Langhe, homeland of great red wines such as Barolo, Nebbiolo, Barbaresco, Dolcetto and Barbera but also of cool whites such as Arneis : they represent the best way to enjoy excellent cured meats, delicious cheese, ..
From Novello to Castiglione Falletto through Barolo and La Morra to discover a fascinating region as old as lively, rich in unique flavors covering excellent wines, tasty cheese, superb hand-made pasta and of course white truffles. All ..
It is said that Bra as we know it today originated from the move of the inhabitants of a near village called Pollentia (Pollenzo) but ever since the Neolithic period the presence of our “ancestors” is a certainty. The heart of it..
The history of Cherasco begins as that of many other cities in the world : political alternation and fight over freedom switching from Guelfi to Ghibellini until 1347 when Amedeo VI di Savoia defeated the Angiòs. But the story is not over,..
The construction of the Santuario of Moretta by engineer Giuseppe Gualandi from Bologna dates back to the 18th century and is tied to a prodigious event. According to legend, after a serious infection of the cattle, the Virgin Mary answered the h..
Serralunga d’Alba was built in a concentrated fashion around the castle once owned by the Falletti Barolo family. The castle, which now belongs to the Municipality, was restored in 1950. It has kept its original Gothic features and ins..
Sinio is a quaint village of Medieval origin not far from Serralunga d’Alba and Roddino and it is nestled among green and gentle hills .Sinio’s concentric design is unique in the Langhe. This is because the original town or “ant..