Explore The Best Wineries in Piedmont

Piedmont is highly reputed and among the world’s finest wine regions with many remarkable appellations such as Barberesco and Barbera. Wineries in Piedmont heartily welcome guests to come for a great wine experiences with admiring vineyard landscapes. You will find many amazing wineries near Barolo or Turin as well as number of other attractions to visit throughout the region.

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

We have provided a list of wineries in Piedmont open for visitors with direct booking options through our website. At WineTourism.com, we are available to answer any questions and help guide you towards the best fit when planning your wine region experience in Piedmont. We hope you will discover what makes the region special and enjoy your exploration of unforgettable Piedmont!

Bulding of Bine Winery from afar

Family-run winery Binè, one of our partner wineries in Piedmont

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One of a Kind Experience at Vigne Dei Mastri Winery

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strada Loreto 5 a, Costigliole D'Asti, 14055, AT, Italy

Explore the winery that produces 20,000 bottles of wines per year.

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Via Sogliano 7, Castelletto Merli, Alessandria, Piedmont, 15020, Italy

Discover the winery that is associated with 192 other expert winemakers.

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Viticoltori Associati di Vinchio - Vaglio Serra SP40 14040 San Pancrazio AT

Winery Built-in 19th Century

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Strada Monterosso, 116, Acqui Terme, 15011, Italy

Family winery since 1870 making natural wines certified organic from the 2020 harvest

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Strada Bionzo 29, Costigliole D'Asti, 14055, Italy

Map of Piedmont Wine Region

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How to Reach Wineries in Piedmont

Wineries in Piedmont are easily accessible by different means of transportation. 

Torino Caselle Airport in Turin is the nearest major international airport and the hub of low-fares airlines. The great benefit of flying to Turin’s airport is the proximity to the city center.

You can also travel to the Turin Cuneo Airport or the Milan Malpensa Airport, which is the largest airport in the Milan metropolitan area but gives you the possibility to start your travel in the Lombardy wine region and then continue exploring wineries in Piedmont.

Travelling by car is the easiest way to reach wineries in Piedmont and to explore the region. If you drive from Turin, in around 50 minutes drive you can admire landscapes and visit wineries in Asti or experience the most unique food and wine world of Alba.

Turin is connected by high speed railway to Milan which is 1 hour, Florence which is about 2.5 hours. You can also reach Rome in just 4 hours.

From Turin Porta Nuova station, it is possible to reach most of the other towns in Piedmont, like Asti, Alba, Bra and Cuneo, through the regional train service. You can explore number of wineries near Asti and Alba.

From Turin Porta Susa station one can catch the French high speed train – TGV – to Paris.

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Everything you need to know about wineries in Piedmont

The season to visit wineries in Piedmont opens in Spring. It is the perfect time if you are looking for great weather and fewer crowds. You can visit exciting events around this season like Vinum and Barbaresco a Tavolo, to taste the newest Barbaresco vintage. During fall season, you can go for a truffle harvest. A number of wineries in Piedmont offer harvest experiences and of course, Autumn is the best season if you would like to take part in this very important moment in winemaking.

Summer is undoubtedly one of the best time to visit the wineries of Piedmont. At the end of the summer and beginning of Autumn you can attend different events, which will be a good opportunity to discover local food and wine traditions.

Wineries in Piedmont are very diverse and wine experiences accordingly.

Here you will find:

-Wineries with a long history of winemaking
-Small family-run traditional wineries with passionate winemakers
-Wineries residing among scenic hills with historic vineyards

Visiting different wineries in Piedmont will open the diversity of winemaking techniques, philosophies, history and cultural aspects.

Wineries in Piedmont have a modern wine tourism system and facilities.

Most of the wineries in Piedmont offer a diversity of experiences starting from wine tastings and guided cellar tours. Beside this, you can also visit their medieval castles and see their modern art and music with alpine hiking trails. Have a look at our list of wine tastings and tours in Piedmont.

Wineries in Piedmont have well-equipped tasting rooms and cellars for visitor experiences. They also offer restaurant services, where you can taste local gastronomy paired with wine. If you would like to have a longer stay, wineries also offer accommodation. See frequently asked questions below to find out which wineries offer restaurants and accommodation.

90% of the vineyards in Piedmont are planted by red grape varieties.

The most common grapes used in wine production in Piedmont:

– Nebbiolo (55%)
– Barbera (10%)
– Muscat Blanc a Petits Grains (7%)
– Eau-de-vie (4%)
– Dolcetto (3%)
– Rare Red Blend (3%)
– Cortese (3%)
– and others in smaller quantities

Wineries of Piedmont produce classic red wines. Nebbiolo grape variety contributes to the quality and reputation of the austere, tannic, and floral red wines of Piedmont. The most cultivated grape variety is Barbera from which lighter, fruity red wines are produced. In case of white, Gavi is number one white wine of the region and has delicate, flowery taste. Piedmont also produces one of Italy’s best sweet wines – Asti Soumante, made from Moscato grape.

Some words to remember before you Wineries in Piedmont:

  • “Vino”- Wine
  • “Cantina” – Winery
  • “Vigna” – Vine
  • “Vigneto” – Vineyard
  • “Uva” – Grape
  • “Vino Bianco” – White wine
  • “Vino Rosso” – Red wine
  • “Rosé” – Rosé wine
  • “Strada del Vino/dei Vini” – Wine route
  • “Salute!” or “Cin Cin” – Cheers!

Frequently Asked Questions about Wineries in Piedmont

Selection of the most frequently asked questions about Wineries in Piedmont

Most of the wineries in Piedmont are located in the wine regions in the countryside. The best way to prepare a visit to a winery in Piedmont is to book your visit in advance on our website.

These wineries in Piedmont are open to the public with booking in advance:

Use our interactive Piedmont winery map to browse wineries near Torino, Asti and Alba.

Are you interested in reading more about Piedmont in Italy? Read our Travel Guide to Piedmont Wine Region section, or visit our selection of the very best guide of Wine Tasting & Tours in Piedmont that you can book during your stay.