Show Cooking or a traditional Piedmontese cooking course
Our reference cellars:
Cellar Bosca di Canelli
The ancient Bosca cellars, in the historic center of Canelli, offer a magical atmosphere. Right here we are born the name of Underground Cathedrals, which like a big snake follow each other with different styles throughout the Canelli subsoil.
The visits to the cellars are free
Cellar Braida di Rocchetta Tanaro
Raffaella and Giuseppe Bologna, both winemakers, constitute the third generation “Braida” and are united by the dream, reality today, cultivated with enthusiasm, to continue the Barbera conquest of the status of nobility and quality, which for someone would seem to be reserved only to vines of more esterophile lineage. Bricco dell’Uccellone, the company’s symbolic wine, has become one of the flags of Italian drinking in the world.The visits to the cellars are subject to charges
Cellar Pico Maccario di Mombaruzzo
The Pico Maccario winery was founded in 1997 in Mombaruzzo (Piedmont) on a property of 70 hectares of single-bodied vineyards in the heart of the Barbera d’Asti DOCG. From the beginning it is led by the brothers Pico and Vitaliano Maccario who, by age and personal attitude, choose to make it a model of modernity, both in the management of the vineyard and in the production of wines.
The visits to the cellars are subject to charges.
Cellar Forteto della Luja
Loazzolo in Piedmont features the first photovoltaic solar energy wine cellar. The Forteto della Luja agricultural enterprise has been making wine from grapes ever since 1985 and has worked for years jointly with the awl= and the Asti Parks Agency on a project to encourage landscape preservation, called “Loazzolo Woods Natural Reserve”.