Langhe, Roero and Monferrato, excellent wine producing areas of Piedmont, have become part of the UNESCO sites with their landscapes shaped by the combined action of nature and man. Modulated by the changing seasons these territories represent the exceptional quality of the Piedmont landscape and its profound wine culture, beginning with the Barolo, Barbaresco, Asti Spumante and Barbera d’Asti. Among expanses multicolored hilly, ancient villages, perched castles and a succession of rolling hills planted with vines, the area classified by UNESCO has an area of over 10,000 hectares and includes numerous municipalities and six areas: the Langa of the Barolo wine, in the south of Piedmont. It is in these lands that is produced one of the world’s best wines, the Barolo, long-lived wine with great structure; the Barbaresco hills, with vineyards mainly cultivated with Nebbiolo; the area of the Grinzane Cavour Castle, which is located in one of the most evocative zone of the Langhe, near the town of Alba, famous for the famous white truffles. In the territory of Canelli is cultivated the Moscato Bianco from which it produces the aromatic sparkling wine Asti Spumante, one of the most Italian white wines exported overseas. While, Nizza Monferrato, is identified as the “capital” of the Barbera wine, and outstanding example of medieval city. Finally, the Monferrato of the Infernot; in this area (Basso Monferrato) area where there are the “infernot”, old deep cellars dug into a particular rock called tufa.