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Agricola Gian Piero Marrone, La Morra

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Winery / Vineyard · Hidden Gem · Food & Drink
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  • My wife and I visited the winery last week, in August, for a 7-course tasting, with the last (main) course for one of us substituted with grilled selection (for an extra 10 EUR). Our visit was at... 
    My wife and I visited the winery last week, in August, for a 7-course tasting, with the last (main) course for one of us substituted with grilled selection (for an extra 10 EUR). Our visit was at...  more »
  • Fantastic panoramic views from top floor! Laura, our hostess, spoke very good English and did a nice job of explaining the wine production as well as the wines we tasted. Ask for her if you need... 
    Fantastic panoramic views from top floor! Laura, our hostess, spoke very good English and did a nice job of explaining the wine production as well as the wines we tasted. Ask for her if you need...  more »
  • Absolutely stunning winery with friendly, informative guides and, most importantly, delicious wine! The four course wine pairing lunch was amazing and the winery was one of the most memorable parts... 
    Absolutely stunning winery with friendly, informative guides and, most importantly, delicious wine! The four course wine pairing lunch was amazing and the winery was one of the most memorable parts...  more »
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  • I visited this Winery and had a great time. Apparently most people book lunch at the place and have the wine tasting as part of the dinner. We just wanted the tour of the place and the wine tasting and it seems they were not prepared for this. We had a good tour of the place and the guide was very informative, helpful and friendly. I must say that even though the guide was very good and demonstrated a huge knowledge I personally prefer to sit down and speak with the owner at smaller wineyards instead of having a professionel guided tour but preferences are personal. After the tour we had the tasting in the courtyard which was a little warm but OK. The wines were good and we had a good time at the tasting being serves wines with good humor and very precise descripitons of the wine prior to tasting them.
  • Great cooking class and wonderful wines! We were a group of wine tourists from the US. Stopped here to get a tour of the winery and do a cooking class. A very enjoyable experience all around, plus a fabulous location with amazing views!
  • The best! Very polite and nice people, professional. Excellent vines. Beautiful panoramic view terrace. And unbelievable dinner. I travel a lot. And that dinner was really delicious, cooked with love! I wish Marrone Family all the best!
  • Very interesting tour where we started with a guide tour (where the stock site), Paola Who led us a trip into Barolo, Barbera and Barbaresco etc topical Piemonte Red wine, how they are produced, how long they need to be "stocked"in barrels, and why there are red wine, rose and white wine .... A full journey end with dinner in their own restaurant where we tasted local family foods and six types of wines: started with Favorita as aperitif, the Rosata Dolce Vita (great rose of 14.5%), Carlot, Sancarlo (is only available in the cave), Pichemej (Barolo) and Moscato Solaris for accompany with sweet. The panorama view from the top balcone is a fantastic chance where 11 Barolo towns cover your eyes. Of course small boutique with their own produced wines should not forget to bring with us. And a walk stroke in small town is worth.
  • My wife and I made an appointment to visit Marrone Winery on October 13, 2022. We arrived at our specified time and were greeted by Maria. The tasting was conducted in their wine aging facility. There are several rooms with various size oak barrels. Maria gave us a tour and told us the family history and explained their winemaking philosophy from grape growing through bottling. Maria was engaging, friendly, and very knowledgeable. She explained the process for each of the wines and we tried. We could not have asked for a better host. The wines were excellent and made in the style I prefer. As luck would have it, Gian Piero, the owner, and Valentina, the winemaker, happened to walk in towards the end of our visit and Maria was gracious enough to introduce us. Also, the views from the tasting room are spectacular. It was an experience we will not soon forget. On our next trip to Piemonte, we will make it a point to visit Marrone Winery again.

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