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Cantina Del Glicine, Neive

(4.7/5 based on 150+ reviews on the web)
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  • We visited this Winery during a weekend in the Langhe, attracted by the great reviews. We had booked the visit and on arrival the owner greeted us with great courtesy and availability. the Winery is small, but very charming. cut into subsoil under beautiful vaulted cellar boasts about 500 years of history and the passion with which the owner tells the wine production in these places with high historical value, gives life to the visitor a very addictive experience. at the end of the visit to the cellar where the owner was pretty comprehensive for each question, we tasted several wines (at least 5 glasses remember), no charge, accompanied by tastings of local cheeses. the visit lasted about 2 hours in total, but I'm afraid I can last a lot less on busy days, whereby the Council to visit it during the off-season. the wines tasted are generally good: to indicate the barbaresco and moscato grapes 3 winner.
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  • I highly recommend a visit to the cantina del Glicine as it is just a nice experience. In addition to visiting the winery and learn a bit curious about wine then you sit at the table together with the owners so informal and friendly for a tasting. Mrs. Adriana offered us various wines that they produce by exposing the features of each with passion. In addition there have been stories of how life works within their company. Very interesting and enjoyable. To appreciate the fact that the wine tasting paired with high-quality local produce (it's nice wanting to promote other products in their territory) is free of charge for visitors ... but I guarantee given the quality of their wine I don't think can get out without making purchases. Congratulations again! Moreno and Michela
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  • Great tasting experience. The passion that drives the owners is unique. High quality product, a visit to the wine cellar is a passage in the history!
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  • Wonderful old small production winery. Cellar has been in operation since 1581. Proprietor Adrianna is charming and knowledgable. Not to be missed in Neive. Call for appointment.
  • The guided tour and the subsequent free tasting of 5 specialty wines accompanied by cheeses and hazelnuts Piedmont breadsticks was a sublime experience and fun thanks to the kindness of the people who have it made! Mr. Roberto, owner of the House where the basement was accurate in telling us how their nectar mainly Barbaresco) and colored tale with curious anecdotes during guided tours on the premises of the small underground cellar (production of approximately 35000 bottles per year, partly exported abroad); then the Lord who made us the tasting organized at best despite the presence of more than 20 people in a small room but have not overlooked details of 5 wines (Roero Arnais our favorite!) with free tasting (very important aspect and rare to find!). In the end we walked out with 2 bottles of wine each! Well done, keep it up!
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  • Beautiful cellar, well preserved. The guided tour is very interesting and crowned by a pleasant tasting.
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  • A wine cellar dating back to 1582 where the Barbaresco wine quietly on wood is to mature. Sweet, friendly people who like the show and then the wine cellar.
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  • I highly recommend it! The staff is really nice, just arrived we were made to tour the winery explaining in detail the various production processes. We sit down to taste several wines of this Winery ... yummy and non-excessive prices.
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