The acclaimed sub-region of Barolo has an array of wines known throughout the world for their prestige and distinction. As you embark on your travels through the wine region of Piedmont, we encourage you to dive into these outstanding wines.

Barolo’s unparalleled elegance is due to the specific climate, soil, and winemaking techniques of the region. These elements define a style of wine found nowhere else in Italy, or the world for that matter.

We hope you will enjoy discovering the classic wines that make Barolo a favorite for wine drinkers worldwide. Tour our site to discover what Wineries in Barolo have to offer and start planning for your holiday today. Find out more about Wine Tasting and Tours in Barolo.

This region is a sub-region to Piedmont. More information and facts about this sub-region will be added shortly.

Frequently Asked  Questions of Barolo wine region

Barolo is a hillside, winemaking village located in the north-west of Italy, 71 kilometers away from Turin and over 11 kilometers southwest of Alba.

Barolo DOCG that extends into the several communes around the historical village of Barolo produces one of Italy’s greatest wines in the region of Piedmont.

Barolo wine region covers communes of Barolo, Castiglione Falletto, Serralunga d’Alba, Diano d’Alba, Grinzane Cavour and several more in the province of Cuneo. Even if Barrolo is almost 3 times bigger than another famous zone of Barbaresco, it is still relatively small and it covers only 5.69 km².

Barolo wine is made from Nebbiolo grapes. Nebbiolo grape is predominantly associated with the Piedmont region where it produces some of the finest wines of Italy – Barolo, Barbaresco, and Roero. Nebbiolo grapes produce delicate wines with robust tannins and high acidity.

Barolo and Barbaresco zones are two strongholds of Nebbiolo grape in the Piedmont wine region and they are located just 3 kilometers away from each other. In just 3 kilometers, Nebbiolo produces more tannic and rich wines in Barolo, while in Barbaresco, it shapes into more elegant and approachable wine.

Region Highlights

Types of Wines:

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Selected wineries in Barolo

Agricola Gian Piero Marrone
Winery run by three sisters of the family’s fourth-generation making Langhe DOCG and other wine
Attilio Ghisolfi
Making Exquisite Wines Since Four Generations
Azienda Agricola Bricco Maiolica
Relish a glass of wine on the sunbeds and deckchairs on the terrace of the mansion.
Azienda Agricola Burzi Alberto
New-age winery in La Morra that inherited historical vineyards in prestigious Barolo Crus

Wine tastings & tours in Barolo

Wine tasting and tour at Agricola Gian Piero Marrone
Experience the best Langhe wine tasting and a guided estate tour at Gian Piero Marrone
Wine Tasting and Tour at Attilio Ghisolfi
Learning About Wines the Interesting Way
Wine tasting and tour at Azienda Agricola Oreste Stefano
Taste the local wines and relax overnight in the beautiful countryside
Wine tasting and tour at Batasiolo
Roam freely among the vineyards with a glass of Italian wine in hand.