Why visit the Turin Royal Wine Route?
Strolling by castles and royal residences tasting DOC wines and savouring local products.
The Turin Royal Wine Route offers a unique experience of the flavours and fragrances of our land: captivating itineraries through ancient wineries dating back to the 1600s, where you can taste wines of excellence from the Province of Turin.
A journey of the senses through the flavours and fragrances of our land: wines of excellence, enogastronomic and traditional local products, stunning places to visit people and families, businesses, restaurants and traditional agrotourism sites where you can relax and enjoy the experience of ancient forgotten flavours, sleep in bed & breakfasts or hotels and take a holiday immersed in nature.
A unique experience of flavours and fragrances from our land
Discover the Turin Royal Wine Route
34 DOC wines, more than 100 labels, 45 varieties of traditional wines
to discover along the 600-kilometre Turin Royal Wine Route
Wines, grapevines, caring, a passion for quality
Wineries, farms, regional wine shops, agrotourism sites, restaurants, trattorias …
Pamper yourself with Wine Route products
31 wineries with more than 100 labels
of DOC and DOCG wines
The rhythm of the seasons,
the connection to one’s land, care and consideration
More than 600 kilometres of scenic pearls: tiny mountain villages, Alpine vineyards, castles and fortresses, Romanesque churches and royal residences. Itineraries to suit all tastes and appeal to all the senses.
To a unique experience
Nature, culture and wine making intertwine in one unique experience
The rhythm of the seasons, a connection to the land, care and consideration
A journey of the senses through the flavours and fragrances of our land: wines of excellence, enogastronomic and traditional products, stunning places to visit, traditional restaurants where you can enjoy the experience of ancient forgotten flavours.
EAFRD: European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development
Europe investing in rural areas – Rural Development Programme 2014 – 2020 – Sub-measure 16.4