A la carte itinerary in the Piedmont region including accommodation , food and wine tasting, and a few meals .

A perfect week  for the Foodies .

5-night accommodation at a 3* charming and historical residences
– 7 meals: 5 breakfasts, 1 lunch, 1 dinner ,
– 7 guided tasting Piedmont’s slow food wines and presidia products cooking lesson

Not included · Flights · Car rental · cities tax · beverages · gratuities · monuments and museum entrances ·
travel insurance

To book , please contact your travel agent

A tour to discover the rich wine and food traditions and historical heritage of the Piedmont region, an unforgettable experience involving all the senses. Pleasurable days spent among rolling hills covered with vineyards, elegant palaces dating back to the former Italian Kingdom, ancient cellars, tiny streets and traditional fresh produce markets, imposing castles and antique shops, savouring some of the best foods and excellent wines that Italy has to offer.



Arrival to the Albergo Corte Albertina hotel in Pollenzo, near Bra. Time to settle in. Dinner in the hotel restaurant that will be dedicated to the products of the Slow Food Presidia of Piedmont. Overnight stay. (D)

Accommodation:  3*charming hotel or residences



Morning departure for a tour of the wonderful Barolo vineyards. We suggest a first stop at the La Morra scenic viewpoint, where you can admire the hills and surrounding vineyards. Visit an historic wine cellar and taste their extraordinary wines accompanied by some of the typical local produce of Langa. Departure for Carmagnola and visit a cheese producer, learn something about the cheese-making process and have a tasting. Overnight stay. (B/T/T)


Morning departure for Barbaresco to visit the typical cellars, which boast several top class historical vineyards and a range of quality wines. Introduction and tasting of a selection of Barbaresco wines. We suggest: departure to Cherasco to visit the old historical centre, free time to wander around the little streets which house the traditional workshops which produce the delightful ‘Baci di Cherasco’ (dark chocolates with hazelnuts). Afternoon transfer to Monforte d’Alba to visit wine cellars; introduction and tasting of his exclusive wines accompanied by local products. Return to the hotel and overnight stay.. (B/T/T)


Morning departure for Nizza Monferrato. Located deep in the heart of the Monferrato, Nizza Monferrato is “a working man’s town”. The vineyards literally come to the edge of the city. We suggest to visit the city. Lunch at typical “Trattoria”. In the afternoon departure for Asti. Stop at “Torronificio” for a tasting of the typical chocolate sweets and nougats. We suggest: visit the city of Asti, which is the provincial capital of one of most important wine areas in Italy and lends its name to some illustrious wines. Back to your hotel and overnight stay. (B/L/T)


Morning in Pollenzo, stroll through the centre, a visit of the Wine Bank for a tasting. Afternoon departure to Grinzane Cavour to visit and taste some of the Piedmont DOC and DOCG wines, especially those from Langa and Roero. Overnight stay. (B/T/T)


Breakfast. End of our services. (B)

Meal legend: B= Breakfast        L= Lunch        D= Dinner      T= Tasting


  • 5-night accommodation at a 3* charming and historical residences
  • 7 meals: 5 breakfasts, 1 lunch, 1 dinner ,
  • 7 guided tasting Piedmont’s slow food wines and presidia products  cooking lesson

Not included · Flights · Car rental · cities tax · beverages · gratuities · monuments and museum entrances ·  travel insurance

Possible to book the following options (on request – $)

  • Flights from Canada
  • Car rental
  • Private car with driver
  • Pre/post tour

To book this package – please contact your travel agent ! 

Hotel Option or similar
REGIONS- AREA – or similar 3*

3* residence – upon confirmation

Price in CAD$, per person starting from, double occupancy Land only
Rates for 2021  
Jan 20th to April 10th $ 1085
April 11th to Sept 11th $ 1200
September 12th to Nov 28th $1350
November 29th to December 20th $ 1085
Single room supplement-  on request From  $ 370 to  $ 680

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European policies affect us all. Let’s get them right!

Given the growing presence of Slow Food in all European countries, following years of advocacy work targeting European decision makers, efforts were made to increase the impact of our joint work in the region under the coordination of Slow Food Europe. In 2013 Slow Food opened an office in Brussels to strengthen its advocacy work and ever since, it has been at the forefront of the fight for a better food and farming system in the EU.

Slow Food Europe works to present a strong united voice by translating our grassroots actions into policy work and raising up to the European level issues that were until recently dealt with at national or local level.

At the European level, the different elements of the food system continue to be regulated by disconnected policies and authorities, often with contradicting results. Slow Food Europe believes this must change to reflect the overlap between the various aspects of the food system. Slow Food Europe’s firm belief is that a shift towards a EU Common Food Policy is necessary to enable a holistic approach to our food system to include our environment, our health, and our food producers.

Common Food Policy should align policies on agriculture, rural development, environment, trade, health, animal welfare, fisheries, food safety, and development, among others, and set the direction of travel, bringing together a variety of initiatives and measures under one roof to facilitate the transition to sustainable food systems.

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