We arrived on a Saturday in March. The woman who ran our tour was pleasant and informative. When you arrive, you are taken to the roof for a spectacular view of the region and a description of Barolo and it's history. That was quite a highlight of the tour. Afterwards, some of their wines are described in more detail, and you can select those you'd like to taste. There was a large party during our visit, so instead of a normal 2 hours, the tasting took 4 hours. We felt the large party was significantly more interesting than our party. And they seemed to be understaffed.Their Pitchemej Barolo is well structured, quite impressive, and their Favorita quite excellent and a good value. I wasn't particularly impressed with the variety of other wines we tasted. Some of them didn't have the structure or complexity I would expect. Overall a good experience, but much more commercialized than many other wineries we toured during our stay. If you decide to visit, I would suggest a weekday.
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