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The graceful lands of the splendid Langhe area, with their vineyards, little chapels and hilltop hamlets, offer the visitor both marvellous views and outstanding food and wine.
Since 22 June 2014, the vineyard landscape of the Langhe has featured on the UNESCO World Heritage list as a cultural landscape, i.e. the result of the combined role of Man and Nature in growing grapes and producing wine.
Genuinely alluring landscapes that offer visitors the chance to amble through the vines and hazel trees, listening to the silence, the sounds and noises of the countryside, lashed by the wind, caressed by the sun’s rays, wet by the rain, enveloped in the mist or buried beneath the snow.
Season after season, the Langhe area offers visitors a wealth of aromas, flavours and sensations that can leave no-one indifferent, with its outstanding list of produce topped by the superlative Barolo.
Genuine typical produce
The unique, inimitable food specialities include the Bianco d’Alba Truffle, the Tondo Gentile Hazelnut, a range of PDO cheeses, salamis and the sauces that form the base of the Langhe area’s extraordinary dishes.
Tradition at the table
The local cuisine of the Langhe is deliciously rich, made from a wealth of typical seasonal produce, with genuine, supremely tasty recipes passed down from generation to generation of country folk: tajarin pasta, agnolotti filled pasta with meat sauces, mixed fry alla piemontese, civet of hare, as well as delicious sweets such as hazelnut cake, zabaglione and bônet.