BAROLO_2The country that embodies the essence of one of the most noble wines is immersed in the changing landscape of the Langhe hills. Fief of the Counts Falletti since 1480 and then passed to the Gonzaga and Savoy, this small country with antiquated houses and narrow streets is the heart of the wine production of Barolo, a wine made from Nebbiolo grapes, red and intense, for aging . The village is dominated by the castle Falletti, remodeled in the early ’800, in which the local wine shop that offers all the wine producers in the area. In the same building you can visit the Museum of Country Life, which collects items and antique tools.