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Enoteca Regionale del Barolo, Barolo

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  • A great way to compare and contrast a big set of Barolos from different areas. Be careful you don't end up spending too much on all of them though. I enjoyed the range but I felt that the setting wasn...  more »
  • Seeing a working vineyard is amazing and the wine tasting was great. It had a little museum showing the history of the region and then we were taken down into the wine cellars and seeing all the barre...  more »
  • Everyday 32 different Top quality Barolo to taste! With best prices! Loved it! Ogni giorno 32 diversi Barolo di alta qualità in degustazione! Con i migliori prezzi! Bellissimo!  more »
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  • I am a bit on the fence how much I liked this Enoteca. On the good side, it has a huge selection of Barolo wines, and around 40 of these were open for tasting. That was a really great experience, and allowed one to compare side-by-side the influence of regions, wine-makers and age of the wines. The negative is that the place feels very touristy. Wine is not poured by a skilled wine-maker, but automatically dispensed through machines. There are long queues, and many people.
  • An excellent opportunity to taste an extended variety of Barolo wines.
  • 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.
  • Place to try local wines
  • Really interesting interactive museum of wine. Even for kids.