In the territory of Asti was born in 1999 the first street of Piedmontese Wine, the Astesana Road. It develops with eight trails, crossing 52 municipalities in the province of Asti and part of the Langhe.
Asti and its hills are famous all over the world for sweet wines: the largest variety is the Moscato Bianco or Moscato di Canelli, from which you get a spumante, a passito and a “quiet” quality (or stop). From this comes the Asti or Asti sparkling wine, important DOCG wine from the end of the meal.
If you like wine and eat well this is certainly the place for you. You will be shown the most renowned wineries and restaurants in the area by the native husband Antonio, who will be at your disposal, as he knows many associations of wine producers and is an alpine and experienced hunter and will give you all the information that may be useful , From the best Piedmont restaurants to the recommended tourist itineraries, from fairs of typical products to folklore events.