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... br> Meandered through the old town and had light meal at a small café then bought some groceries to take back to our room at the Oasis Hotel.
After the sites, sounds and smells of Tuscany, we drove north on Saturday, October 11th, leaving Tuscany behind and heading toward the Piedmont region. We cut west on the autostrada, almost all the way to the Cinque Terre but not quite, then north along the coast all the way to the town of Savona, where we turned inland and northward. All along the coast route there are tunnels - we counted them as we went and when we turned northward were on tunnel #99! ...
... the same weight. After exploring the town we journeyed to another winery Tenuta Carretta, this time in the Barbaresco area. It has been a grape growing area for 100's of years but only in the latter part of the 1900's has this winery produced world class Nebbiolo red wines. Their wine making operation and cellars are extensive and all underground. We tasted 4 Nebbiolo reds from different vintages. Then it was back to our agriturismo for our last dinner before moving on to Milan ...
Friday Oct 10 Agriturismo Le Arcate provided the best breakfast of our trip, only hope the photo does it justice. We set off this morning to a Grappa Distillery; our memories of Grappa go back to the 70s and the memories are rather dim because it could only be described as the local rocket fuel. The Marollo Distillery prides itself in producing Grappa of the very highest quality ...
Wed Oct 8 We said our goodbyes to Bernhard and Jacky having really enjoyed our all to brief stay in Beatenberg and set off back to Italy through the Swiss Alps. After four hours we arrived at the little town of Nus near to Aosta. Here we were having a late lunch in a agriturismo called Maisson Rosset. This is a rural type of restaurant which must produce at least one of the foods served on it's menu. Salami, air dried beef, prosciutto, cheese and breads started the meal, ...