IVA Barbaresco Langa is the most eastern part of the territory, stretching from Alba toward Asti Moscato hills, through wonderful balconied hills looking at Roero. Local square-kilometre wide vineyard hills stretch as far as the eye can see. Villages perched atop hills are wonderful examples of art and culture which mix with wine scent to let visitors enjoy timeless emotions.
Located in the heart of Barbaresco Langa, Treiso stands at the junction of five hills. In the Ancient Roman age, Treiso was a vacation place for noble people who rested and relaxed in the hill fresh air away from hot Alba Pompeia. The monument village inhabitants are proud of is made of vineyards — created, cultivated with care and love by peasants, true artists and artisans from a noble thousand year old art.
Visitors can enjoy the local landscape and fascinating hills walking along the well signposted trails. The trail map is available at the city hall offices and at Bottega dei Grandi Vini wine shop. Hikers can enjoy 4 trails within Treiso territory and a fifth regional trail, which takes hikers from Treiso to Neive and Neviglie.
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The locality of San Rocco Seno d'Elvio rises meters above sea level. There are twenty-one singles fifteen males and six females. There are thirty-three people married, and one people legally separed. There are also three divorced people and two widows and widowers. In San Rocco Seno d'Elvio live four foreigners, three are males and one are females.
There are in San Rocco Seno d'Elvio fifty-seven people in school age, thirty-four are males and twenty-three females. There are in San Rocco Seno d'Elvio 38 people aged 15 years or more. There are 25 males aged 15 years or more, 25 are employed and 0 were previously employed but now are unemployed and seeking for a new job.
There are 13 females aged 15 years or more, 13 are employed and 0 s were previously employed but now are unemployed and seeking for a new job. Please find in what follows a table showing the number of families along with the number of people for each family.
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There are 24 famiglie living in San Rocco Seno d'Elvio. There are in San Rocco Seno d'Elvio 38 buildings, but only 36 are used. Among the 32 buildings for residential use 15 were build using bricks of tuffs, 17 were built in concrete and 0 were built using other materials like steel, wood and so on.
Among the 32 buildings for residential use 13 are in excellent condition, 18 are in good conditions, 1 are in mediocre conditions and 0 are in bad conditions.
In the following three tables the buildings built for residential use in San Rocco Seno d'Elvio are classified by building year, by floors number and by rooms number. In the hamlet of San Rocco Seno d'Elvio there is no bank. There is no pharmacy in the hamlet of San Rocco Seno d'Elvio. There are no parishes in San Rocco Seno d'Elvio. You can arrange the results by number of stars, by popularity, by distance or even by the guest review score choosing among young couples, mature couples, families with young children, families with older children, people withfriends, or solo travellers.
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Please add your content filling in the following form. Your e-mail address will not be shown, so to avoid spamming. By using this free service the users authorize the owner of the site, Reti e Sistemi, Corso Piersanti Mattarella n.Barbaresco is an especially prestigious red wine, with its superior quality officially recognised by Italian law; it became a D.
There are The entire production territory was divided into individual portions defined using historical names and place names many of these claimed by producers and farmers in public hearings or attested on maps, labels and official acts and establishing boundaries between them.
The Enoteca Regionale del Barbaresco, thanks to the work carried out by the Enogea Studio, has made some carts which describe every single mention for its geographical, geological and sensory characteristics, together with a detailed land register for property.
Below is the list of mentions divided by Common. The Wine. Minimun legal ageing: 26 months starting from the 1 st of November after the harvest, 9 of which in wood barrels. Aging potential: from 8 to 25 years depending on the year. Tasting notes: Red-garnet with orange highlights; ethereal, intense and agreeable perfume; dry, full-bodied and delicate, velvety taste; correct tannins. Recommended pairings: Traditionally served with typical Piemontese dishes; it is ideal with game, hearty meat dishes and well-aged cheeses.
Download here the disciplinary. Red-garnet with orange highlights; ethereal, intense and agreeable perfume; dry, full-bodied and delicate, velvety taste; correct tannins. Traditionally served with typical Piemontese dishes; it is ideal with game, hearty meat dishes and well-aged cheeses.This importance is connected to its ancient origins: recent archaeological research has confirmed that Alba Pompeia was one of the main inhabited centres during the Roman age in southern Piedmont.
Between and the archaeological digs have allowed us to identify the Alba forum in the area located among Saint Lawrence Cathedral, Piazza Risorgimento and Piazza Pertinace, thanks to the finding of the pagan temple under Palazzo Marro. It is still possible to see few elements of the Romanesque Cathedral, among which the precious gates made from sandstone rock, which welcomes believers and visitors, and the pavement made with layers of rock on which the polygonal-shaped entrance stairs, dating back to the end of the 12 th century, lay.
The skyline of the city of Alba is characterized with medieval towers: Sineo tower, Astesiano tower, Parussa tower, Bonino tower, and so on. Today, it is possible to admire ten of them, three still well preserved with all their verticality overlook Via Vittorio Emanuele II, Via Cavour and Piazza Risorgimento.
Here, in fact, the martyr Frontiniano was beheaded on 23 rd October A. It is still possible to see the tower from the ancient abbey. From a distance, the castle Grinzane Cavour, with is tremendous architectural structure reminiscent of a dungeon, stands out surrounded by precious Nebbiolo vineyards. The castle is one of the most renowned landmarks of Langhe and is part of one of the most evocative places of this territory, recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage site with its landscape dotted with vineyards.
The origins of the buildings date back to the first half of the 11 th century: the big central tower was part of the original core of the building.
In the 13 th and 14 th century, the castle was then expanded by adding new wings which make the current structure impressive as well as graceful and uniform. In the 15 th century, this historical residence belonged to the Marquises of Busca, and after became the property of other important families among which the Dukes Clermont-De Tonnerre, uncles of Camillo Benso, Count of Cavour, statesman of the Risorgimento period, who was mayor of the village from to In the Langhe area, Cavour started the first tests to improve the production of Piemdontese red wines and refine the aging techniques which went on to create the famous Barolo wine.
In the territory of the Barolo Langa, the village of La Morra is one of the most famous and visited by tourists looking to appreciate the lovely panoramic square and the network of routes that allow them to wander among vineyards, where the Barolo wine grapes are cultivated, and reach other small centres of the Langhe region.
Right after the current centre, it is possible to reach the Annunziata hamletthe first residential area of La Morra, which still preserves the Romanesque-Baroque complex built from the former Benedictine convent which dates back to the 12 th th century and from the Church of Saint Martin of Mercenasco, built in the 15 th century with parts renovated in the 17 th century.
The bell tower, made of rock, is characterized with single-light windows and three-light windows. From here, it is possible to reach, on foot, one of the most renowned natural monuments of Langhe: the Cedar of Lebanon on the Monfalletto hill. This panoramic and romantic spot is related to the yearwhen the cedar was planted in memory of the wedding between Costanzo Falletti of Rodello and Eulalia Della Chiesa of Cervignasco. Now continue towards Novellowhere the Del Carretto family built, on a cliff, a dungeon which unfortunately was destroyed by the Spanish in From the medieval era, it is still possible to spot, at the entrance of the historical centre, a big squared tower with an archway, originally built on the western side of the hill to protect the manor, which has since been replaced by a castle with nineteen-century architecture designed by the architect G.
Schellino of Dogliani. The itinerary continues on into the area called Alta Langa. Here we can find the village of Roddino, located on the edges of the south-western Langa, metres above sea level. In the 10 th century, a majestic watchtower was erected and after, thanks to that privileged position, a defensive castle was built, around which, an inhabited area developed.
In the early Middle Ages, the castle became property of the Alba council, then of the Marquisate of Vasto and in the 12 th century it became domain of Boniface the Great first, and then, fromof the Marquisate of Saluzzo.The Lower Langa is made up of gentle hills and slopes covered with vineyards and dotted with imposing medieval fortresses.
The sentinels 0f the Langhe The Lower Langa is made up of gentle hills and slopes covered with vineyards and dotted with imposing medieval fortresses. Some of these treasures are covered with ivy and the dust of time, some are as well preserved as if centuries had not gone by.
Perched on hilltops, they tell over the history of noble families and violent conflicts between feudatories and liegemen. Imposing brickwork donjons, fortresses made of sandstone and noble palaces are a unique heritage. Some of them are open to the public for visits, many are private properties and can be admired only from their outer edge.
In Roman times it became a strategic link-up centre between Alba Pompeia and the thriving Pollentia. The imposing fortress is an excellent example of medieval fortified architecture. It has a central three-floor donjon and two mighty towers, the circle-based main tower is tall and narrow in one of its corners, on the opposite side a small hanging tower. The building is rich in decorations which date back to medieval times. Inthe castle was handed down to the Della Chiesa family.
The heart of the estate is really worth a visit; it is the impressing royal winery which was built underground. The village of Serralunga, perched around its dramatic fortress, fascinates tourists with its magic medieval atmosphere. The town is located in the heart of the Barolo area and it is dominated by the beautiful medieval fortress featuring a mighty tower which can be seen from Serralunga with the naked eye. Castiglione dates back to Roman times. The building was a military stronghold and a strategic sighting post on both Langhe and Monferrato.
It is one of the most exciting belvedere in the Lower Langa. Enjoy a walk along its walls and into the town, where well-preserved ancient houses and an incomparable view will leave you breathless.
The basement of the Town Hall houses the Cantina Comunale. Legends and superstitions about the witches in Piedmont. Corso Torino 4, Alba Cn Tel Sentinels of the Langhe The Lower Langa is made up of gentle hills and slopes covered with vineyards and dotted with imposing medieval fortresses.
Castello di Barolo. Masche witches Legends and superstitions about the witches in Piedmont. Associazione Turismo in Langa P. Utilizziamo i cookie per essere sicuri che tu possa avere la migliore esperienza sul nostro sito. Se continui ad utilizzare questo sito noi assumiamo che tu ne sia felice.The concept of monopole is rarely used in the hills of Langhe and Roero.
The lengthy process that has led to the construction of the pyramid of Italian controlled designations and the decision to subsequently define the areas belonging to the Menzione Geografica Aggiuntiva MGAencompasses a legislative period of a little over 50 years, from up until present.
In order to fully grasp the concept of monopoleit is again necessary to mention Burgundy and the properties managed by the Benedictines and the Cistercians. The clos could have enormous sizes, like the historical Clos de Vougeot a property of more than 50 hectares divided among 82 proprietors or the Clos de Epenaux 5.
We take particular interest in this last example: a lot that is neither that vast nor well-defined, in the territory of renowned prestige of Burgundy, the possession of which is in the hands of a single owner, who separately processes the grapes with which he produces labels indisputably ascribable to that very lot.
Such is the essence of a monopole. Tenuta Carretta is one of the few wine realities in Roero and Langhe to boast a high number of monopolesor vineyards, characterized by geographical a single lot and pedoclimatic an almost uniform terroir similarities, which undergo a separate and exclusive winemaking process. Cascina Bordino Barbaresco Docg Riserva. Bric Paradiso Roero Docg Riserva. Garassino Barbaresco Docg.
Canorei Roero Arneis Docg. Written on 5 June in WineryHospitality. With vineyards sitting just outside the cellar, a vine-trekking activity available, spacious restaurant halls and a huge courtyard, Tenuta Carretta is the perfect place to carry out your wine tourism activities in total safety.
Why is Tenuta Carretta the right facility for Written on 21 May in WineryHospitalityWines. Tenuta Carretta is reopening by starting with the presentation of the new vintages.
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Written on 13 May in WineryHospitalityWines. We are in eastern Langhe, close to the Tenuta Carretta Tenuta Carretta. IT EN. The hospitality Visits Vine Trekking Ristorante Book your visits. Blog Book your visits Contacts. Tenuta Carretta is one of the few wineries that can boast numerous monopole crus located on the hills of Langhe and Roero.
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Which wines are produced from Tenuta Carretta monopole crus? Share this. Could it be interesting for you. Why is Tenuta Carretta the perfect winery for Phase-3? Written on 5 June in WineryHospitality With vineyards sitting just outside the cellar, a vine-trekking activity available, spacious restaurant halls and a huge courtyard, Tenuta Carretta is the perfect place to carry out your wine tourism activities in total safety.
As early as the Roman empire it was a vacation destination. In those days this small municipality was a cool refuge for the noble inhabitants of Alba Pompeia. Its ancient village stands out against the silhouette of five hills. To fully experience their charm, walking the tourist trails is recommended. You can ask for a map at the town hall offices and at the Bottega dei Grandi Vini.
Parking lot across from the winery You can purchase wines on the spot Typical restaurant nearby Handicap accessible. To buy wines call or send an email to carlo. People: Carlo takes care of vineyard management with the help of his mother Anna and father Sergio. Contact: Fraz. Informations: Parking lot across from the winery You can purchase wines on the spot Typical restaurant nearby Handicap accessible.
Tours: Free guided tour of the winery. Tastings: Wine tasting. Reservations: To buy wines call or send an email to carlo.