L'Atelier di Pierflavio Gallina
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... of gourmet food, truffles and many Easter decorations. We had lunch in the square at a cafe which was bathed in sunshine.
The final destination was the town of Barolo, which also gives its name to the grape variety of the region. A brief tasting was followed by a walk through the narrow streets of this tiny hill top village
... front and father and the other son cooked in the kitchen. We finally got the Piedimonte experience. We travelled up to a small village in the hills and Sue and Phil had the degustation menu that included specialities of the region. Raw marinated veal, vegetables, ravioli in a light broth sauce, veal roast and chocolate pudding. All washed down with a local wine. We also tried the tiramisu which was very light. A fantastic meal.
Why you ask, died and gone to Alba, well Alba is the home of Ferrero Rocher. We left Perletto and our wonderful friends (they we slightly hungover) and took a quick trip to the small village of Alba. It is approximately 50km from Perletto however the trip took over an hour. Once again Fifi and Brendan's driving skills were definitely put to the test. The countryside is truly amazing and how they fit and build homes into these hills and mountains ...
... 59 kms, didn't take long to realise why. It certainly put Brendan and Fifi to the test. There were hairpin bends on narrow roads into the side of the hills with no barriers for protection. It was certainly a slow trip. We stumbled upon melting snow and of course had to stop and collect some for Olivia. We travelled through Cortemilia which is home to the best hazelnuts in the world. Alba is not too far ...
... and since that isn’t something we’ve seen very frequently we figured we would give it a try. What was supposed to be a quick stop before we started driving again ended up being a wonderful lengthy meal because we met a very nice Australian couple who started giving us great travel advice based on different places they have been. The husband was originally from Greece and gave us great pointers on some off the beaten path places ...