The area is exceptionally green and unspoilt with breathtaking views as far as the Alps. This, in combination with the friendly people and the authentic character of the countryside, which has been fantastically preserved, makes it all a special experience. You can enjoy walking and cycling here on the normal roads, but also on the paths through the forest. A 30-minute drive takes you to the famous wine regions of Barolo and a little further, 45 minutes, the Barbaresco vineyards are also within easy reach. Much closer on the way to Dogliani are the friendly winegrowers with the beautiful Dolcetto wines. You are welcome everywhere to taste the delicious wines and the winegrowers will be happy to introduce you to their Cantina.|
Near the house there are a number of special wine growers who present (and sell) their wines with great passion. In the direction of Dogliani, the following good wineries are recommended:
Another big attraction in this neighborhood is the cheese, especially the Murazzano DOP. DOP is a quality mark for cheese. Murazzano is just a 10-minute drive away, not only worth a visit when it comes to cheese, but also the town itself is worth a visit, with medieval streets, terraces and 2 good restaurants.
Alba and Bra
You should also not miss towns such as Alba (truffle) and Bra (Slow Food). You feel the Italian life here. Enjoy a cappuccino or marrocchino on one of the many terraces while watching the people passing by.
Alba is a nice city for shopping, visiting medieval churches and good food. It is great to go to Alba, especially during truffle season, when the city breathes truffles. Dogliani is close by and you feel like an Italian among the Italians. In Bra it is worth visiting the Slow Food University, where there are always special events around food and drinks.