Up and down the

LANGHE ON YOUR VESPA

Your experience in the Langhe on your Vespa will come alive with unique landscapes, the lands of the leading wines in Piedmont and Italy and the culinary traditions which have been reinterpreted. In other words, the warm welcome you will get from the territory of the Langhe will make you feel at home with its flavours, colours, roads and views that are unparalleled in the world. 
Yes, this is exactly how it is and its uniqueness which can be perceived everywhere is tangible and genuine. Beyond what is written in the tour guides, the whole of Piedmont was nominated by Lonely Planet as “the most beautiful region in the world”, with the Langhe in the spotlight as the place to discover and experience. 

To explore this territory, the best means of transport is the Vespa: short distances, narrow roads that climb up through the hills up to the top and parking lots that are frequently already full of cars.  When you travel around the Langhe on two wheels, you travel worry free. We can guarantee this:  you will be able to enjoy a landscape that in any season has its own personality, fascination and recounts a different history. 

What we want to tell you here is how it unfolds over long stretches that turn into the chapters of an albeit brief yet highly intense story.

Up and down the

LANGHE ON YOUR VESPA

Your experience in the Langhe on your Vespa will come alive with unique landscapes, the lands of the leading wines in Piedmont and Italy and the culinary traditions which have been reinterpreted. In other words, the warm welcome you will get from the territory of the Langhe will make you feel at home with its flavours, colours, roads and views that are unparalleled in the world.
Yes, this is exactly how it is and its uniqueness which can be perceived everywhere is tangible and genuine. Beyond what is written in the tour guides, the whole of Piedmont was nominated by Lonely Planet as “the most beautiful region in the world”, with the Langhe in the spotlight as the place to discover and experience.
To explore this territory, the best means of transport is the Vespa: short distances, narrow roads that climb up through the hills up to the top and parking lots that are frequently already full of cars. When you travel around the Langhe on two wheels, you travel worry free. We can guarantee this: you will be able to enjoy a landscape that in any season has its own personality, fascination and recounts a different history.
What we want to tell you here is how it unfolds over long stretches that turn into the chapters of an albeit brief yet highly intense story.

Discovering Barolo in the Langa

ON YOUR VESPA

They say that whoever comes to the Langhe comes for two reasons:  the wine and the Barolo. Although the hundreds of wine producers in the Lower and Higher Langa produce an incredible quantity of wine, those who come to these parts do so to taste his Majesty – the Barolo.

Where to start ?

Therefore, it is a must to make a stopover in Barolo with its castle, its narrow streets and its Wine Museum:  a “Hall of Fame”, dedicated to the leading producers and to the fruits of their hard work.

From Barolo to Novello and from Alba to Barbaresco you will firstly pass Neive, Serralunga d’Alba, La Morra, Grinzane Cavour and Monforte: we are in the Langhe in the lands of Barolo. Only here can Barolo be produced, in the so-called “Crus”, namely the plots of land where the vineyards are located.  This is not only dictated by a harvesting discipline but also by the centuries old peasant history.

In vino “veritas”, in Vespa “utilitas”

The combination of the Langhe and its history of tannins come together perfectly on a Vespa:  the stopovers and places to visit demand time and attention. Time to dedicate to those you meet in the vineyards and those who work here everyday and tell of the relationship between these lands and the wine.  Now you will be aware of how truly useful your Vespa is. 

You can lose yourself in these landscapes, up and down the hills where everything speaks of wine and traditions to be respected and handed down and above all, dining.  So having followed roads and lanes, visited villages and castles, taken photos of postcard style views, it is time for refreshment.  But where? 

The choice is endless and vast and will satisfy all palates.  For lunch, a fast dish such as the tajarin with sausage ragù. Whilst at dinner something more elegant and romantic such as a dinner in a restaurant with a panoramic view, even one with a Michelin star, offering a range of dishes enhanced by one of the excellences of the territory:  the white truffle from Alba

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