Thinking of tying the knot in the region of orchards and lavender fields? this post will help you choose where getting married in Piedmont.
If you have heard of Piedmont, you are most likely to connect this region to a centenary wine making tradition. And yet, despite being this land world-famous for its extensive vineyards landscape and a variety of coloured grapes and excellent vintage wines, countless are the top romantic wedding backdrops housed by this region.
Where if not in one of the hundreds Piedmont’s wine cellars could you better celebrate your SPECIAL DAY?
Piedmont is a unique northern region whose charm is partly due to a its multifaceted landscape features, predominantly mountainous to the north and hilly to the south, and covered by Po’ plain to the east.
Not to mention its collection of picturesque lakeside towns such as Orta San Giulio, a picturesque Borgo set on the shores of Orta Lake. This region also features an extensive hilly area decked with eye-catching expanses of vineyards, that make Piedmont a TOP after-sought region for true wine lovers.
Alba is one of the most attractive towns to visit. Famous for its flavoured variety of wine (Barolo, Dolcetto and Nebbiolo in first hand), but also for genuine-taste local products such as white truffle and its local tasty cheese. Not to mention Alba’s fascinating urban landscape featured by hundreds of fortified villages, medieval castles and hilltop towns.
Not second to ”Le Langhe”, Monferrato with its centenary wine-making tradition, breath-taking landscape views, home to medieval castles, fortified towns, farmhouses, villas’ and wine cellars spread across the whole area, offers an ideal setting to hikers who there can enjoy a variety of nature trails.
Below you will get some valuable recommendations about where getting married in Piedmont.
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