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Long exposure shot from Rodello looking toward Alba and Diano d’Alba at night. The fog comes in thick, voluminous, and creeps like a silent ghost toward the valley below the Langhe hills. Piemonte is great during the day, but at night it has a quiet, romantic magic going on.
You can see why the region is known for “nebbiolo”, from the word for fog.
The color palates are only matched the amazing flavors on the dinner table, and the fireworks that happen when your truffle pastas and locally sourced artisanal meats and cheeses are mated with local Nebbiolo, Barbera, Dolcetto, and Barolos.
This view from a terrace overlooking the valley between Montelupo Albese and Diano d’Alba, as seen from Rodello.