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Enoteca Regionale del Barolo, Barolo
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  • Everyday 32 different Top quality Barolo to taste! With best prices! Loved it! Ogni giorno 32 diversi Barolo di alta qualit√† in degustazione! Con i migliori prezzi! Bellissimo! 
  • We visited other wineries in Italy and in the Langhe before the regional wine cellar in Barolo and we must certainly admit that the idea of tasting wines made using a card is original but that doesn't even come remotely close to the magic of a wine route accompanied by an expert, illustrating with passion the method of creating fine wine. Leave a form of ID to the cashier, you take the card and choose which wine tasting: the prices for various bottles are shown with clarity but in every glass is poured very little wine so if the taste is different the final bill of your card, which you will pay at the counter, will be high. Tasting freedom has no accompanying appetizers so we suggest you bring you something from the outside!
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  • I'm back in langa and apart from the pleasure of not seeing the antipaticissimo wine shops in la morra (that), I must say that a slight disappointment for the Barolo I must write it down. The place would be a charm, but the choice of wines to taste (all 2012 vintage anything but memorable and basements for most large and "not"), it's not a pretty sight. The air is the place where one goes to get more pleasure to stay and or back (in France every customer it is followed in some other way).
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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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