Explore the Best Wineries in Langhe

Are you searching for tips or advice on wineries & vineyards to visit during your holiday to Langhe?

Below we have provided a list of wineries in Langhe open for visitors. You can find some reputable wineries near Alba and in the UNESCO World Heritage Site of the Vineyard Landscape of Piedmont: Langhe-Roero and Monferrato. You will also find the answers to the most frequently asked questions about the wineries in Langhe. We hope you will discover what makes the region special and enjoy your exploration of reputable Langhe. All wineries & vineyards in the region have cellar door sales and a great selection of wine tourism activities.

Browse through the best selection of outstanding wineries

Discover the estate that produces fine organic wines in Asti Langa.

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Regione Sessania 16, 14058 Monastero Bormida AT, Italien

Producing award-winning Bricco Roche, one of the top 20 wines of Decanter 2017.

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Tenuta Il Falchetto Azienda Agricola, FFrazione Ciombi, 16, 12058 Santo Stefano Belbo CN, Italy

Third-generation winery in Mango known for their Moscato d’Asti wines

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localita Bosi 15, Mango, Cuneo, 12056, Italy

One of the first organic wineries in the Langhe region, certified from 18 years.

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Via Della Fontana, Rodello, Piedmont, 12050, Italy

Discover the rarest Drôné wine in the foothills of the Alpes.

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Viale Sarrea 35/A, Dronero, Cuneo, Piedmont, 12025, Italy

Fourth-generation winery making authentic Piedmont wines with organic techniques

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Madonna Di Como,86, Alba, 12051, Italy

Cultivating unique Moscato vine that has traces related to ancient Greece.

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Strada Annunziata 56, Castagnole Lanze, Cuneo, 14054, Italy

Visit the winey that produces not just wines but also fine truffles on UNESCO heritage site.

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Strada Bruciata 5, Frazione Valdivilla, Santo Stefano Belbo, Piedmont, 12058, Italy

Piedmont winery that moved production to Daughters of San Giuseppe Monastery in 2016

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Via Monsignor Bussi 3, Santo Stefano Belbo (Cn), 12058, Italy

Witness a unique geological conformation called Paradis der Some (Paradise of Donkeys).

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Regione Cerreto 29, La Morra, Cuneo, 12064, Italy

Langhe winery experimenting in the cellar to produce elegant regional wines

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Borgata san luigi 11, Dogliani, CN, 12063, Italy

Historic Langhe winemakers and official wine suppliers of the Vaticano State

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Via San Lazzaro 3 - Ex Strada Comunale Balbi 16, Castiglione Tinella, 12053, Italy

Map of Wineries in Langhe

Discover the locations of wineries in Langhe. 

Frequently Asked Questions about Wineries in Langhe

Selection of the most frequently asked questions about Wineries in Langhe

Langhe sub-region is located in the famous Piedmont wine region, between the provinces of Cuneo and Asti. The centre of the Langhe region is Alba, a city famous for its wine and truffle.

The name Langhe is plural because the region is actually made up of three smaller sub-regions: Alta e Bassa Langa and Langa Astigiana.

To reach wineries in Langhe by car, the fastest way is to drive on the A33 motorway between Asti and Cuneo.

Once you’ve arrived in Alba, you can take the SP429 towards Liguria to reach even more wineries in Langhe.

The best period to visit wineries in Langhe is in autumn, between September and October. During this period the regions gets pretty packed because it’s harvesting season but it’s a unique moment to witness harvesting practices, foliage and taste some amazing truffle.

Wineries in Langhe have the privilege of being located in an environment recognised by UNESCO for its uniqueness and for its terroir. Wineries in Langhe are mostly family owned and cultivate hundreds of years old vineyards with an integration of modern management and traditional methods.

A lot of wineries in Langhe produce such high quality wine that they are internationally recognised.

Most wineries in Langhe have reduced mobility access, activities for kids and are pet-friendly.

The most common grape varieties grown by wineries in Langhe are:

  • Nebbiolo (the absolute number 1!) – red
  • Barbera – red
  • Pinot Nero – red
  • Chardonnay – white

When you visit wineries in Langhe, you will for sure be served a nice glass of fabulous red wine.

These are the wineries in Langhe you need to visit if you enjoy organic wines: