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The Off-The-Beaten-Track Wine Experience

Rated 5.0 out of 5 from 3 reviews.Torino, Italy

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Experience hosted by Gabriele

6 hours
Includes food, drinks, transport, equipment
Up to 3 people
Hosted in English, Italian

What you'll do

Together we'll discover the Canavese area, where you'll have the opportunity to taste the main local wines, have lunch in a homely context and discover characteristic landscapes barely known outside Piedmont.

We will leave by car from the center of Turin at 10.30 AM, reaching in about 40 minutes our first stop: an organic winemaker in the countryside around Caluso, known for the production of Erbaluce grapes, giving birth to a wide range of DOCG products.

After a walk among the vineyards and the first tasting in the cellar, we will have lunch with typical dishes that will be prepared especially for us, and so we'll be ready for our next stop, just 30 minutes away.

The day will continue in Carema, a one-of-a-kind destination because of its peculiar terraced vineyards and stone columns.

Once we have reached the village, we will walk among ancient streets and vines, and we'll finally reach the producers' cellar, where you will taste the two main types of Carema DOC.

The return trip to Turin will last about 50 minutes and we should be back there by 4.30 PM.

Please note: we care about our guests' well-being and we will ensure full compliance with COVID-19 safety measures throughout the whole experience. Please bring your own face mask.
Together we'll discover the Canavese area, where you'll have the opportunity to taste the main local wines, have lunch in a homely context and discover characteristic landscapes barely known outside Piedmont.

We will leave by car from the center of Turin at 10.30 AM, reaching in about 40 minutes our first stop: an organic winemaker in the countryside around Caluso, known for the production of Erbaluce grapes, giving birth to a wide ran…

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What's included

  • Food
    Homemade lunch with local products, according to availability, prepared on...
  • Drinks
    2 wine-tastings (different types of DOCG Erbaluce, DOC Carema and more)
  • Transport
    Transfers by car (Dacia Duster) for the whole duration of the tour.
  • Equipment
    [Optional] Professional photo service during the whole tour, that will be s...
From ₹7,984
/ person
Sat, 31 Oct
10:30 AM - 4:30 PM
₹7,984 per person
₹7,984 per person
Sat, 7 Nov
10:30 AM - 4:30 PM
₹7,984 per person
₹7,984 per person

Meet your host, Gabriele

Host on Airbnb since 2016
  • 3 Reviews
  • Identity verified
We are two food and wine enthusiasts:

- Gabriele, 30 year-old tourism management graduate, specialized in sustainable and food tourism.

- Edoardo, 24 year-old social media expert and passionate about photography.

For about two years we were engaged in a student organization, where we organized wine tours, acquiring a better and better knowledge of our region's lands and top products.

If you are a wine lover, looking for an authentic, off-the-beaten-track experience, don't hesitate to join us!
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Where you'll be

The countryside of Caluso, in the flatlands of Canavese, are the place of origin of the Erbaluce vine variety, that gives birth to several wine types. Here, we'll visit a local organic winemaker.

And then Carema, ancient village made unique by its peculiar geological structure and its "stone vineyards". Thanks to these features, Carema's DOC wine was chosen as a Slow Food Presidium.

Rated 5.0 out of 5 from 3 reviews.

Samuel
October 2019
Travelling to Torino for the first time and loving every aspect of the Italian culinary experience we were keen to find a wine tour to take us out to the Piedmont region. My friends and I would have preferred a smaller tour experience and Gabriele and team gave us one of our own. We walked the vineyards, we met the wine makers and learnt about their craft and we also ate with them. This was a truly unique experience, intimate, personal and fun the whole way.
Travelling to Torino for the first time and loving every aspect of the Italian culinary experience we were keen to find a wine tour to take us out to the Piedmont region. My frien…
Sid
October 2019
Visiting both the wineries this way, although very different in character and style, was a very intimate and personalized experience. Both, the hosts (Edoardo/Gabriele/Marina) and the owners of the wineries welcomed us with open arms and shared with us the stories of their wineries and their products. If their telling us about their passions was their dream coming true, being able to visit their carefully nurtured vineyards and wineries and witnessing / tasting the magic was a dream come true for me :) Thank you guys for curating such a wonderful experience!
Visiting both the wineries this way, although very different in character and style, was a very intimate and personalized experience. Both, the hosts (Edoardo/Gabriele/Marina) and…
Mike
October 2019
Wow what an adventure! First off there is nothing like this in Torino from anywhere I looked. We were a very small group (3 plus Edoardo) that went to two small and contrasting areas in Piedmonte. The villages are truly hidden gems with great wine and people. It felt like we had the whole places to ourselves (because we did!) Edoardo was a great and knowledgeable guide that was a pleasure to talk to. Although I didn’t know anyone, the slow pace made it a much more intimate experience, like I was with old friends. I highly recommend this if you’re in Torino and looking to escape the city for the countryside for a day to have great wine and food!
Wow what an adventure! First off there is nothing like this in Torino from anywhere I looked. We were a very small group (3 plus Edoardo) that went to two small and contrasting ar…

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Things to know

Cancellation policy

Any experience can be cancelled and fully refunded within 24 hours of purchase, or at least 7 days before the experience starts.

Guest requirements

Up to 3 guests ages 18 and up can attend.

More tips

It's possible to request a lunch suitable for vegetarians or gluten-allergic people. The longest walk lasts around 45 minutes, with some parts uphill and on a dirt road. Bring suitable shoes.

What to bring

Shoes suitable for uphill walk on dirt road (duration: about 45 minutes)

Face mask