Points of cultural interest in the immediate vicinity
symbol of the territory and the Langhe in the world, the Castle is home to the Piedmontese Regional Enoteca, an ethnographic museum and houses the relics of Count Camillo Benso, Count of Cavour, father of the Italian Risorgimento.
the village, where the wine of the same name is produced, houses the castle of the Marquises Falletti inside which is the Wi-Mu, an innovative wine museum inaugurated in 2010. The castle is also home to the Regional Enoteca del Barolo.
the town is historically the homeland of Dolcetto. Its belvedere offers a 360 ° view of the area both on the town and on the surrounding area of hills, villages and castles, set in the frame of the Alps. I Sorì di Diano: the term “Sorì” means solatio, exposed to the sun; is a term of the Langhe dialect that indicates the areas of the territory of Diano suited to viticulture and favored by the local microclimate.
small colorful chapel, symbol of Barolo, whose artistic revaluation has been entrusted to the architects Sol Lewitt and David Tremlett.