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A great year for the wine in this region

We had planned a White Truffle Trip. We couldn’t resist the great attracting of this delicious... read more

Reviewed October 16, 2016
Cint55
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Leusden, The Netherlands
Truffle Hunting with Giovanni

One of our favorite experiences during our recent Langhe region wine and foodie visit was a truffle... read more

Reviewed January 24, 2016
Viktor47
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Alberta, Canada
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16 Oct 2016
“A great year for the wine in this region”
8 Sep 2016
“very artistic”
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Via Carlo Alberto 13, 12060 Roddi, Italy
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+39 0173 615156
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Reviewed October 16, 2016

We had planned a White Truffle Trip. We couldn’t resist the great attracting of this delicious experience. Normally the season starts in October, so we booked for Barolo in the Langhe, Piedmont, Italy. This time we not only wanted to eat the white truffles but...More

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Reviewed September 8, 2016

An artistic walk of art. It made the walk in the city a pleasant one. It made our short stop a memorable one.

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Reviewed January 24, 2016

One of our favorite experiences during our recent Langhe region wine and foodie visit was a truffle hunt in Roddi with Giovanni and his two dogs, Lady and LaLaela. Over a couple of hours, we (really, the dogs did most of the work) worked our...More

2  Thank Viktor47
Reviewed December 1, 2015

We met Giovanni Monchiero and his laid back dogs at his home in the hilltop village of Roddi. Giovanni took us on a real "hunting" trip, and the two dogs – the young, apprentice that rushes around madly and the veteran that methodically sniffs out...More

1  Thank Cristina I
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