Day 1 – Canelli’s Underground Cathedrals

From 15:00 | Arrival and check-in at your hotel.

Time at leisure.

Transfer to Canelli.

17:30 | Visit to a selected Spumante winery on the Undergound Cathedrals circuit with tasting.

◊ The Underground Cathedrals are historic subterranean cellars excavated in the chalky soil below Canelli during the 18th and 19th centuries. They descend up to 32 meters under the city and meander for over 20 km through the entire Canelli hill. They are called “cathedrals” because they create mystical, almost spiritual, environments and are true masterpieces of engineering and enological architecture. In these exposed brick cells of varying size and space, thousands of bottles of fine wine are left to ferment at a constant temperature of 12-14 degrees,  taking on the typical aromas and flavors of Canelli’s sparkling wine. They have recently been included in the UNESCO World Heritage List.

20:00 | Dinner at selected restaurant (set tasting menu or 3 courses à la carte, drinks excluded).

Back to your hotel.

Overnight stay.

Day 2 – Alba and Barbaresco Hills


Transfer to Alba.

Individual visit to the 'capital' of the Langhe, in the lively atmosphere of the traditional weekly market.

Alba is unquestionably the most representative city in the entire province of Cuneo and among the most important cultural and economic centers of Piedmont. It is surrounded by an enchanting landscape characterized by the presence of rolling hills and expanses of vineyards that have made it famous all over the world, thanks to the production of fine wines, above all Barolo and Barbaresco. The city is also renowned for the production of truffles, in particular the famous Alba White Truffle. The historic center still retains the ancient medieval structure, with an almost circular plan and the typical tower houses. The town also contains numerous sites of historical, architectural and cultural interest that make Alba a destination not to be missed for anyone visiting the Langhe.

Every Saturday morning, in addition, you can visit the particular Mercato della Terra – set up by Slow Food in Piazza San Giovanni – with local products and specialties at Km 0.

Panoramic tour of the Barbaresco Hills.

Suggested itinerary provided by Landmade based on the period/day chosen, to be carried out with own car.

12:30 | Visit to a selected Barbaresco winery with tasting-lunch (assorted appetizers, dessert, paired wines).

In Barbaresco we find the Queen of Wines, also from Nebbiolo grapes and while sharing many similarities with Barolo, the Barbaresco wines emerge with tannins that soften more quickly. The villages and rolling hills in this small area offer a similarly mesmerising visit to accompany your taste buds, and the subtle differences in climate and soil produce a distinct and even rarer fine wine that ripens earlier, and is well structured and aromatic.

Individual visit to the picturesque villages of Barbaresco and Neive.

Barbaresco and Neive undoubtedly represent the most enchanting villages of the Langa del Barbaresco. The first, dominated by its ancient tower, is a succession of cellars symbolic of the region's economy. Even the nineteenth-century church of San Donato, restored and adapted to the Enoteca Regionale, celebrates its history through the most prestigious labels of the area and numerous photographs that trace its history. The second, with its historical center wrapped in rings around the ancient shelter, is certainly among the most evocative of the Langhe. The medieval layout sees the houses with red roofs leaning against each other and surrounded by hills covered with vineyards. Its historic center – counted among The Most Beautiful Villages In Italy – is captivating, with the cobbled streets that rise to the vault of the Clock Tower, dating back to the thirteenth century.

Back to your hotel.

Time at leisure.

Dinner at leisure.

Overnight stay.

Day 3 – Barolo Hills and WiMu

Breakfast. Check-out.

Departure for panoramic tour of the Barolo Hills.

Suggested itinerary provided by Landmade based on the period/day chosen, to be carried out with own car.

11:00 | Visit to a selected Barolo winery with tasting.

The King of Wines and the Wine of Kings. Crafted from Nebbiolo grapes, Barolo is the most famous of the Great Langhe Reds and holds an esteemed place in the heart of fine wine lovers. Deceptively light in colour, Barolo wines are generally deep and full bodied, and must meet stringent conditions to bear their DOCG label. The long history of this wine, intertwined with stories of noble castles and the unique UNESCO listed vineyards, makes for an experience that goes beyond the senses and touches the heart.

Lunch at leisure.

Individual visit to the charming historical village of Barolo.

◊ If we tell you Barolo, you will immediately be reminded of the most famous wine from the Langhe. But Barolo is also a beautiful village, completely immersed in the Langhe hills. Many visitors, attracted by the prestigious wine, discover a very pleasant and characteristic village, formed by a succession of narrow streets overlooked by small houses and dominated by the imposing Castle of the Marquis Falletti, inside which the innovative WiMu is set up.

15:30 | Visit to WiMu – Wine Museum.

The museum is an emotional journey into the world of wine. Connect with the rhythm of nature and the land, gain insights into the history of wine, and explore its link with the arts (painting, music, literature, cinema). And of course you’ll learn more about the gastronomic traditions and the use of wine in the kitchen. The museum also includes some rooms dedicated to the Marchesa Giulia Colbert and the famous writer and patriot Silvio Pellico.



The above program is a general preview for guidance purposes. When booking is confirmed, a detailed program with all the necessary information will be provided: addresses, phone numbers, timetables, notes, suggestions and further information for the best enjoyment of the experience.

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