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Enoteca Regionale del Barolo, Barolo

(3.4/5 based on 130+ reviews on the web)
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  • Located in the heart of the Barolo area is worth a visit if you are in the area. In addition to tasting you can see very old bottles of Barolo, well preserved and well exposed, prices are average to high though if you want on farms in the area find great Baroli or Dolcetto d'Alba or other types of wines at affordable prices. Recommended especially for those who have little time and want to sample before deciding which Winery visit. CMQ I expected a bit more.
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  • The cellar is ideal for those who want to enjoy different types of wine, the real flaw is the fact that is left too much freedom to the consumer, in fact at the time of our visit there was no specialized personnel able to guide us in the tasting. Still a good stop to start getting your palate with wines of Piedmont
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  • Luigi, a friend of the Langhe region has led us to Barolo, beautiful village with its castle, sloping streets are charming, the visit of the wine bar was great thanks to the kindness of Cristiana Grimaldi the Director, we had selected tasting, our taste buds awake, the vaulted cellar is placed under the Castle
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  • LARGE WINERY WITH A PHENOMENAL VARIETY OF BAROLO WINE. NO GUIDANCE FROM STAFF. WORTH A VISIT IF YOU ARE READY TO DO SOME WINE TASTING ON YOUR OWN.
  • nice wine, but a little expensive
  • Really interesting interactive museum of wine. Even for kids.
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  • Lovely Museum with multimedia tools, complete with exhibition panels that tell the story of wine and culture
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