Enjoy Langhe wine, in ciabot among the vines!
The winery owner will guide you through a fascinating wine-tasting in the ciabot (little house) in the middle of the Langhe vineyards, with delicious food pairings.
What you’ll do
- Meet the expert at the historic cellar
- Enjoy the heroic vineyard tour
- Taste 4 wines in the ciabot
- Enjoy a basket of specialities
Price per person: € 55
What to expect
The tour begins with a warm welcome at the winery, where you will receive a glass and a basket with food pairings, designed for each wine. This will be followed by an exciting drive along the ridge of vineyards.
Once at the historic and heroic vineyard, you will drive down the steep slope through the Muscat vineyard to reach a small house located right in the middle of the vineyard: the ciabot. After the tour, you will taste:
- Muscat dry, with bread butter and anchovies
- Moscato secco macerato, with blue cheese arancini
- Barbera d’Alba, with polenta and guanciotta
- Moscato d’Asti, with friandises
|Where||Castiglione Tinella, Cuneo – 65 min from Turin|
|When||All year round – Duration 1.5 hours|
|Start time||10 – 10.30 a.m.
2 – 4.30 p.m.
|Language||Italian and English|
|What’s not included||
Price per person: € 55 – minimum 2 people
- Free: children up to 12 years
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The Food Expert:
Like many family-run Langhe and Monferrato wineries, it is difficult to trace back to a foundation date. The beginning of our journey can be fixed in the early post-war period, in 1946, when my grandparents bought a used wine press and had the first two cement tanks built, with the inevitable ‘Dutch bag filter’ attached, with the intention of starting to vinify the Moscato Bianco di Canelli.
Cancellation policy: all bookings for this for Langhe wine tasting experience can be cancelled within 3 days from the start date of the experience. Read the Terms and Conditions.
Like many family-run Langhe and Monferrato wineries, it is difficult to trace back to a foundation date. We often get lost in the memories and events of the generations that preceded us.
The beginning of our journey can be traced back to the first post-war period. Exactly in 1946, when my grandparents got married and bought a used wine press and had the first two concrete tanks built, with the inevitable “Dutch bag filter” attached, with the intention of starting to vinify the Moscato Bianco di Canelli.
They realised even then how important it was to have the ability to transform their grapes.
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