Wineries in and around La Morra: which ones to visit?

La Morra vista dalle vigne Boroli

In Piedmont – the kingdom of Italy’s finest wines – in the Langhe region, we can find a small town of nearly 3,000 residents in the province of Cuneo: La Morra. There are several wineries in and around La Morra to discover and visit. In this article we will suggest the best ways to spend a day of wine excellence, to be experienced first-hand.

The land on which this small area stands is among the most important in Italy for vine cultivation and wine production. Despite its small size, La Morra is a well-known and popular place for tourists, precisely because of the 70 or so producers in the surrounding area who grow and bottle quality wine labels.

In this area, it is cultivated mainly Nebbiolo, the native Piedmontese grape variety from which we can obtain Barolo, the precious red wine that enriches Italian tables with its unmistakable taste.

What are the best places for wineries and vineyards in La Morra?

A Fertile soil, a long-lasting production, a desired product: La Morra is the perfect place for those who want to immerse themselves in the winemaking tradition of the “Bel Paese”, without losing monuments of high historical impact. 

This destination is perfect for a weekend away, immersed in the green hills of Piedmont, in contact with nature, tasting good food and excellent wine.

An itinerary to follow by walking, cycling or driving, in good company or alone, to discover one of Italy’s excellences. After a refreshing walk through its streets, with some must-see stops among the town’s monuments – such as the Bell Tower or the Medieval Bastions – it is worth moving on to the surrounding territories. Castiglione Falletto, a must-see destination of the Langhe panorama, from which it is possible to observe the entire valley from above, holds the secret of the flavors of La Morra and the neighboring territory. 

This small town of nearly 700 residents stands on high ground in the province of Cuneo and is one of the few in all of Italy – along with Barolo and Serralunga d’Alba and part of the towns of Monforte d’Alba, Novello, Verduno, Grinzane Cavour, Diano d’Alba, Cherasco, Roddi and La Morra- where Barolo can be produced and bottled. Castiglione Falletto is about 6 kilometers from La Morra: by car it can be reached in less than 10 minutes, while if you are an eager walker, you can also explore the area by foot across an evocative one-and-a-half hour route through the vineyards and hills.

Waiting for you on the doorstep of Castiglione Falletto stands Cascina La Brunella, an estate of the Boroli winery. This is the ideal stop for a break after your walk, or a day dedicated to the excellence of Italian taste.

What are the best places for a group trip in and around La Morra?

If you are looking for places that offer groups the best of the wineries and vineyards in and around La Morra, here is the solution for you. At Cascina La Brunella, you can participate in a variety of tasting activities – an idea for a romantic adventure, a family experience or a day out with friends.

If after visiting the wineries in the La Morra area you will want to give yourself a richly evocative experience with an authentic flavor. Boroli has the right itinerary for you. A visit to the property and the winery, an explanation of the production methods of the wines that have written the more than 30-year history of this estate and the unfailing tasting of typical products in three different options. The tasting experience will be accompanied by spectacular views of the hills and vineyards of Piedmont.

Finding a tour itinerary, even for large groups, is very easy: just contact Boroli to decide on the most suitable tour for you.

Wineries in and around La Morra for a Barolo tasting

So what are the wineries to visit near La Morra? If what you are looking for is a weekend discovering the authentic flavors of Piedmont’s wine excellence, Castiglione Falletto is the location for you. 

Wineries near La Morra are the best choice for getting an idea of the tastes of the entire area. In fact, Boroli offers tasting routes focused on discovering the typical flavors of these areas, from the top of a hill where it is possible to observe much of the region and the surrounding vineyards.

You can choose a Nebbiolo tasting in a 90-minute journey that explores the best interpretations of the region’s finest variety; or a full immersion in the history and nuances of Barolo, with tastings of four types of the King of Red Wines. 

If the history of wine, in all its aspects, is what interests you most, the “Vintage Barolo Tasting” itinerary will be perfect for you: a journey of taste and longevity, through the discovery of the characteristics that define an excellent aged wine, accompanied by a plate of local products to taste all the best that the Langhe region can offer. 

Choose an adventure to remember for your palate and your senses: La Morra and its nearby towns offer unforgettable experiences. The wineries in the area around La Morra are a highlight of Piedmont; Boroli, in Castiglione Falletto, is a must-see spot, offering a front-row seat to the marvel of nature in the Langhe region.


The Boroli cellars, located in Castiglione Falletto, are the perfect place to experience the magical territory of the Langhe through tasting experiences and to enjoy an unforgettable experience of discovery and great wine.

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