Out of the twenty regions of Italy, Piemonte is one of the most famous. At the foot of the mountain is the city of Torino, once Italy's capital city, full of history, culture and traditions.
The region is home to many UNESCO world heritage sites and in 2014 the hills of Langhe, Roero and Monferrato were declared part of the 'intellectual' agency of the United Nations.
"The vineyards of Langhe-Roero and Monferrato constitute an outstanding example of man's interaction with his natural environment." [cit. UNESCO]
Piemonte is considered the first region when we talk about vintage Italian reds. Langhe hills is the land of the famous Nebbiolo Grapes, used to produce two of the best reds in the world, Barolo and Barbaresco.
La Barbera is also an up and coming wine, which has reached peak levels in the last few years.
The passion and dedication of the farmers reflect in the quality of wine, meat, cheese and other typical products that the region has to offer.
In the XXI century Piemonte remains a region with old and solid traditions.
It offers delicacies to the world's gastronomic market and also offers spectacular landscapes that have made the region an international tourists destination.