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To delight the palate, we recommend a special recipe: get up at the crack of dawn to search for the most prized truffle, in the company of the truffle "hunter" and his faithful dogs. With the help of the chef, learn how to adapt this precious treasure for local traditional recipes. Finally, treat yourself to an immersion in the vats and experience the grape press as it was traditionally used and customise your own wine. At the end of the day, don't miss the tasting of award-winning wines, at the end of the visit to one of these underground cathedrals formed by local historic cellars. These are the Langhe, these are the valleys of taste.'
Our territory is a world to explore, ideal for total immersion in nature. A horse ride through the woods is the ideal way to discover our most famous views, or enjoy a picnic in the shade of a willow tree. You can also explore the ancient trails by donkey or on a bike, winding your way through hazelnut groves and medieval villages. To complete this outdoor experience, guests can play a round of golf on one of the nearby courses. At the end of the day, nothing will relax you more than a session in the grotta del sale (salt cave) of our spa.
The seventeenth century will be the constant backdrop to your visit to our region, which extends from Turin to Genoa through the Langhe hills. The baroque road is a journey through the strangest architectural areas of northern Italy. From Turin, with its Court of Savoy and its scenic paths, you will cross the architectural jewels of Bra and Vicoforte to finish with the dreamlike visions of the noble palaces of Genoa. This is a journey through an era reflecting the inspiration of genius and the thirst for infinity - an experience to be lived through the towns and the countryside, between churches and private homes, between reality and illusion.