The wine-producing landscape of Langhe-Roero and Monferrato is a World Heritage Site.
This is the 50th site in Italy, the most famous wine-growing hills in the world, which is on the UNESCO list as a cultural landscape since 2014, the result of the combined action between man and nature.
The skilful processing and continuous improvement of the Nebbiolo, Moscato Bianco and Barbera vines cultivation techniques have led to extraordinary results, which have been reflected in the splendour of a landscape unique in the world.
The Langhe and Roero areas consolidate the image of a territory with a strong tourist appeal, capable of mainly affecting foreign markets by drawing the attention to significant flows. We have been offering a diversified tourist offer for several years, along with food and wine products: culture, art, nature, outdoor activities.
UNESCO Official Evaluation Document of the WHL UNESCO registration list of “The wine-producing landscapes of Piedmont: Langhe-Roero and Monferrato (Italy)”, 38th World Committee Session, Doha – Qatar 15-25 June 2014.
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