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Private Tour: Piedmont Wine Tasting of the Barolo Region
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Private Tour: Piedmont Wine Tasting of the Barolo Region

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Indulge in the fantastic and impressive wines of the Piedmont region in northwestern Italy. Visit wine cellars and vineyards of Langhe and Roero and be prepared to taste some amazing wine, including Barolo, Barbaresco, Nebbiolo, Roero, Barbera, Dolcetto and Arneis. Choose between a half-day or a full-day tour, exploring and learning about the wines of the area. 
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phat_dawg_21 wrote a review Dec 2016
Alpharetta, Georgia9,368 contributions501 helpful votes
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The Cathedral of St. Donat is the main church of Mondovi. It is located just off Piazza Maggiore. It is built on the site of several earlier churches. What you see today was designed by Francesco Gallo in 1739 and completed by Benedetto Alfieri and Filippo Nicolis di Robilant twenty years later. The interior is interesting for its many frescoes and paintings. Many of the works of art date back to the earlier, demolished buildings. It has a number of sculptures from earlier churches. The organ was built in 1822 by Serassi Brothers, restored by Carlo Bossi Vegezzi in 1893 and restored and enlarged by his heirs in 1939. There is also an interesting wooden pulpit, and a very nice Baroque Rococo choir It is decorated in a combination of polychrome marble and faux marble.
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Date of experience: October 2016
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HilaryC wrote a review Mar 2016
Edinburgh7 contributions2 helpful votes
Beautiful church with great architecture and very ornate. Lovely and cool inside on a hot day. Well worth a visit!
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Date of experience: June 2015
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