From 18th to 20th March Grandi Langhe Docg will be back.
A unique and exclusive opportunity to taste the excellence of the wine-making in the heart of its territory.
18-19-20 March 2015, dates that the world of wine professionals cannot avoid noting down. After the success of 2013, Grandi Langhe DOCG is back, a biennial event organised by Consorzio di Tutela Barolo Barbaresco Alba Langhe e Dogliani open exclusively to national and international professionals.
Three days of tastings taking place in the different municipalities of origin, to allow learning about the wines directly from the producers and make new business agreements.
A real “journey” with itinerant tastings on the territory, in some of the most evocative castles and historic mansions to the discovery of the landscape of the Langhe, a unique territory where there has always been a visceral bond between man and grapevines.
Protagonists of this event not to be missed are the extraordinary DOCG wines of the Langhe: Barolo, Barbaresco, Diano d’Alba, Dogliani and Roero (we will present our Roero Riserva DOCG 2011 and Roero Arneis DOCG 2014). Wines of excellence and quality recognised worldwide together with the universal value of their winegrowing region of origin.
In fact, the area of Langhe, Roero and Monferrato was proclaimed Human Heritage by UNESCO last June 22nd.
For centuries viticulture has been the core of the economy on these hills. And this recognition by UNESCO is awarded to a territory of vineyards but also to the work of men and women.
Registration is required: