Alba and Langhe

The wine landscape of the Langhe-Roero and Monferrato become a World Heritage Site.

Fiftieth Italian site, the world’s most famous wine-growing hills win the designation as a UNESCO cultural landscape, which is the result of the combined action between man and nature.

The skilful workmanship and the continuous improvement of the techniques of cultivation of Nebbiolo, Moscato and Barbera, led to extraordinary results showed in the magnificence of a landscape unique in the world.

The cuisine

The musician Gioacchino Rossini defined the truffle as "the Mozart of fungi", and in the … Read more


An array of golf courses appointed with every comfort and facility is available within easy … Read more


Finding out about the vines and extraordinary wines produced on these hills, such as Barolo, … Read more