Fine Food & Fine Wines

Pure enjoyment, fine food and wine are what Piedmont is famous for.
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At the Boutique Hotel Castello di Villa Piedmont, the chef uses seasonal produce from local farmers, guaranteeing that it is fresh and of outstanding quality. The meals are a real treat for your palate and will round off your holiday experience perfectly. You can enjoy delicacies from the kitchen and wine cellar on the sunny terrace with its wonderful views, or in the cosy country-style restaurant.

On our popular themed evenings, we treat you to all kinds of local specialities. You'll be surprised by the wide choice, and can really have a feast at our antipasti festival, risotto party, pasta or BBQ evenings.

During the truffle season from September to January, in the Langhe region of Piedmont and its capital Alba, it's all about these bulbous fungi. The high point is the Truffle Fair, complete with medieval town party and donkey racing, the Palio degli Asini. At this time of year, you can enjoy our typical Piedmont truffle dishes and try your luck on a guided truffle hunt.

Gourmet packages

Pre-book the 4-course Culinarium menu for your entire stay at the special price of EUR 49  per day.

Our younger guests…

…under 12 years can order individual courses from the menu in the hotel restaurant at half price.

Piedmont - Italy's leading wine-growing region

Piedmont is the home of DOCG Barolo and Barbaresco, producers of some of Italy's best wines. Altogether, Piedmont has 42 DOC and 7 DOCG regions (Asti, Barbaresco, Barolo, Brachetto d´Acqui, Gattinara, Gheme, Gavi), the result of a tradition of wine-growing that is centuries old.

As in many of Italy's wine-growing regions, many different grape varieties are cultivated in Piedmont, such as Arneis, Barbera, Dolcetto, Freisa and Moscato, but the undisputed star of the region is the Nebbiolo grape, the basis for the famous Barbarescos and Barolos. It is used here to produce world-class wines with strong tannins that keep well.