The small Italian village Barolo in the province Cuneo, Piedmont, has already been known much time around the world – just here they produce the famous wine Barolo: the best wine in Italy and one of the 10 best wines in the world, traditionally called “King of wines” or “Wine of kings”.
Following the special technology of its producing, wine Barolo must be kept at least three years, two of which – in oak barrels. Barolo is sold with a label of quality DOCG (Denominazione di Origine Controllata e Garantita), and the best wine Barolo, aged for at least 5 years and made in the best years of grapes harvest, has additional name – Riserva.
In October, the connoisseurs of good wine have the opportunity to explore the picturesque province Cuneo and wine Barolo at the Festival “Rendez-vous on the Strada del Barolo”. Guests will be welcomed by the world of history and traditions of the noble wine – wine cellars, farms, restaurants, shops, medieval castles, museums and boutique hotels.
During the festival, restaurants will offer special menus, to which usually wine Barolo is served: meat dishes and delicacies with fragrant truffles.