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Enoteca Regionale del Barolo, Barolo
(3.4/5 based on 130+ reviews on the web)
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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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  • Reading some reviews I was doubtful whether or not to visit the regional wine cellar ... Luckily I visited and it is magnificent! Never seen so many different labels of Barolo available, given that generally don't see many private cellars. In addition you can taste well 32 Barolos changing daily! Service offered by anyone else! It is not true that the staff is not available, just ask, and receive all of the requested information! Highly recommended!
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  • Wine bar that should enhance the Barolo. A few tags here and there along the walls, which makes the room empty, stripped down and leaving a little puzzled. There is a chance to sample a dozen labels using a card but on tasting you are alone with no one to explain or recommend what barolo try.
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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.
  • The land of Barolo ... taste and emotion and a breathtaking view!
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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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