Italian Wine Villages to Visit in the Fall

Sep 29, 2021 433

BY: Silvia Donati

Fall in Italy is synonymous with vendemmia (grape harvest), so this makes it a perfect time to visit small towns and villages immersed among rolling hills and vineyards, where you can enjoy nature and its changing colors, as well as taste Italy’s great wines, accompanied by local delicacies. Every region of Italy makes wine, so the choice is plenty; here are some suggestions, from north to south.

Gavi (Piedmont) Overshadowed by Langhe and Monferrato, home to world-famous Barolo and Barbaresco wines, the village of Gavi, two hours from Turin, but closer to Liguria, gives the name to a white dry, fruity wine. The town itself is quite picturesque and reminding of the Cinque Terre, with its pastel-colored buildings.  

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