Roero and Langhe   71408
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1 Chiesa della SS. Annunziata
2 Neive
3 Torre di Barbaresco
4 Barbaresco
5 Fiume Tanaro
6 Duomo di Alba
7 Alba
8 Roddi
9 La Morra


Location: Guarene (360 m)      by: Giuseppe Marzulli
Area: Italy      Date: 1 June 2014
We are in one of the most famous Italian wine regions. On the hills to the left of the river Tanaro, where is Guarene, is produced Roero. On the hills to the right of the river Tanaro is produced Barbaresco and Barolo. It is also visible in the distance the town of Alba, which is the capital of this area.


The town in the right part of the image has 4 letters and the position begins with a "G" ;-)
2016/03/10 12:40 , Werner Schelberger
I have no idea as always, but a nice panorama.
2016/03/10 17:09 , Friedemann Dittrich
I think that Werner is a true connoisseur of wines....
2016/03/10 19:13 , Giuseppe Marzulli
I love the wines of this region ... and your panorama too ;-)!!

Cheers, Hans-Jörg
2016/03/11 11:47 , Hans-Jörg Bäuerle
The wines sound more familiar than the view of the riddle was. Fairly industrial down in the valley. Still a very nice pano. Cheers, Martin
2016/03/11 21:25 , Martin Kraus
Hello Martin. Yours is a just observation. The Roero is behind Guarene and the Langhe are beyond the river. In between is the Alba Industrial Zone.
Alba is home to another major confectionery industry, Ferrero. Ferrero manufactures Nutella and other known confectionery products.
But, as you know, I am more knowledgeable about wine that cake ;-)
2016/03/12 11:18 , Giuseppe Marzulli
The region of tartuffo and the 3 "B"s: Barolo, Barbaresco and Barbera. The latter I prefer from Alba ;-)

My comment come a little late, because I was very busy this week. But when I read the other comments, I think it is apparently time for a Pano-Wine-Tour together.

Greetings Werner
2016/03/12 18:22 , Werner Schelberger

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