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The Langhe, which with its landscape became a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2014, is the ideal place to discover their most famous product: wine. The hills that shape these famous postcard scenarios represent a cultural landscape, or the result of the action agreed between man and nature, the ancient bond that still exists today between man and the vine. This is why it is a pleasure to walk through this area, to admire it and discover its true wine culture. A great way to learn about the traditions of the Langhe is to visit a winery and taste its wines, perhaps accompanied by some delicious Piedmontese dishes. The most interesting area is undoubtedly that of Barolo, nicknamed the King of wines and the wine of the Kings, which can only be produced in 11 municipalities (Barolo, Grinzane Cavour, Monforte d'Alba, Castiglione Falletto, Diano d'Alba, La Morra , Cherasco, Serralunga d'Alba, Roddi, Verduno, Novello), therefore in a well-defined area. Here you can discover the various production techniques of this magnificent wine. The visit to the cellar, which we organize in our cellar, the Germano Angelo in Frazione Annunziata of La Morra, represents an excellent moment of information to respond to all your curiosity about wine. The wine production techniques are both traditional and innovative, from the use of large barrels to barriques, from fiberglass tanks to temperature-controlled fermenters, up to the rotofermentatore. The tasting instead shows the wines produced by the winery such as Nebbiolo, Barbera, Dolcetto, etc. but also others. Our tasting wants to focus on a taste paired with typical revisited dishes prepared by us, in order to taste the wine during the meal, just as it was once. Our range of wines includes Chardonnay, Rosé, Barbera, Dolcetto, Nebbiolo and three different Barolos, in addition to the particular Barolo Chinato and two Grappa. Savoring the wines of the Langhe means feeling this territory in the glass, understanding that it comes precisely from the vine plants that we see in front of us, that it takes time and patience to be able to enjoy a good glass of Barolo, and that passion is the push to do always better.