Featuring a soft hilly profile, shaped by the peasant tradition, they offer a landscape unparalleled in every season.
In 2014, the Langhe are recognized as part of the World Heritage Site, a coveted recognition, defined as “a witness of an authentic and ancestral culture, of a link between the land and man of ancient origins”.
No other wine area in the world has such a gastronomic offering: a dense network of high-quality trattorias and taverns and numerous Michelin-starred restaurants.
People of the Langhe:
A unique ecosystem, rich in history, culture, landscapes, traditions and characters. Writers such as Cesare Pavese and Beppe Fenoglio; talented entrepreneurs such as Michele Ferrero; thinkers and advocates of the valuable work of farmers and the preservation of biodiversity such as Carlo Petrini, founder of Slow Food and the University of Gastronomic Sciences.