Hi incurable travellers,
to conclude my story about the weekend in Langhe and Roero, one of the stops of Italydifferent blog tour, I would like to make some final considerations.
I had never been to these regions before and, at first sight, I really liked them and I must confess that I left a piece of my heart in Langhe and Roero.
We cannot talk about them without mentioning the wines that are being produced in these areas.
I was told that the wide variety of wines of Langhe and Roero is due to the different types of land in which the vineyards rise and to their different sunlight exposure.
Therefore, it happens that in one hill they produce ‘Barolo’ and in the opposite one the ‘Nebbiolo’ on one side and the ‘Barbera’ on the other one.
Over these three days I tasted the Barolo Docg (controlled and guarantee designation of origin), the Barbaresco Docg, the Nebbiolo delle Langhe Doc, the Barbera d’Alba Doc, the Dolcetto d’Alba Dog, the Freisa Doc, the Roero Arneis Docg, the Langhe Arnesi Doc, the Barolo Chinato, the Moscato d’Asti and a series of delicious grappas.
Langhe and Roero have something to offer also for the incurable traveller who loves activity holidays. Indeed, it is possible to ride along cycle routes or hike.
The landscape is relaxing, so be sure to book an accommodation that offers to their clients a nice garden where it is possible to laze in peace.
One thing that I appreciated about my weekend in Langhe and Roero was the cordiality of people I have met, they were very kind, helpful, but never intrusive or insistent.
A trip to Langhe and Roero is also a journey to discover ancient flavours strongly linked to the tradition and to the territory that will render every incurable traveller’s trip unforgettable.
If you would like to read from the beginning about my trip to Langhe and Roero under the historical, artistic and cultural aspect from check the article: …, while if you want to skip to the part dealing with good wine and food you just have to read: …
In conclusion, I will definitely come back to Langhe and Roero and I suggest that all the incurable travellers spend some days in these areas.
If you missed the first part of the article I suggest that you read: Food and wine in Langhe, ut if you are an incurable traveller interested in Langhe and Roero under the historical, artistic and cultural aspect, the article for you is: What to see in Langhe.
Article translated from Italian by Chiara Casagrande