Territorio, langhe e roero - Dimora Cordero

Wedged between the Langhe and Monferrato, the Roero defines its identity with a system of steep hills and deep valleys: the “Rocche”, delicate ecosystems consisting of villages perched on the hilltops, alternated with deep chasms that can drop down hundreds of metres. The particular conformation of this territory is a pleasant attraction for lovers of wild and unspoiled nature.

In the heart of the area, not far from Alba and 40 minutes by car from Turin, lies Priocca, a town still characterised by traces of the Middle Ages and an excellent starting point for discovering the natural, cultural and food and wine treasures of this region.


A multimedia journey structured into thematic areas that tells the story of wine, from ancient times to the present day, involving the visitor in a multifaceted sensory experience. Not to be missed!

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Cellar tours and wine tasting

The Roero is an area that has always been dedicated to the production of excellent wine. So no stay here would be complete without a visit to the local wine cellars.
Here are some suggestions: Cascina Val del Prete, Cantina Hilbert-Pasquero, specialised in bioergodynamic wines, Azienda Agricola Bricco Ernesto, to taste organic Roero Docg and “Tonda Gentile” hazelnuts.

Alba - Unesco Creative City

A UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2014, the vineyard landscape of the Langhe, Roero and Monferrato is an authentic treasure chest of delicacies and typical produce just waiting to be tasted: truffles, hazelnuts, cheeses, excellent meats and, of course, great wines.
Alba is the epicentre of this world, hosting food & wine events of international acclaim; one of the most important is the International Alba White Truffle Fair, which has made the Langhe and Roero hills the destination of foodies and gourmet enthusiasts from all over the world, who com here every autumn to enjoy the delicious Tuber Magnatum Pico.