Restaurants Tips, where to eat in Piedmont & Aosta Valley wine region Where to eat in the different wine regions?
Below fine all restaurants we recommend for the quality of their wines list
Piedmont and Aosta Valley… two beautiful regions, rich in gourmet food, products and tradition.
Piedmontese cuisine is based on several starters such as the emblematic Bagna Cauda, veal carpaccio with tuna sauce, Russian salad followed by fresh homemade pasta (agnolotti, tajarin or plin). In general, all regional dishes can be perfectly paired with local wines.
The Aosta Valley, on the other hand, has recipes that are quite “rich” in terms of calories, based on numerous cheeses (Fontina…), game, polenta or river fish. The cuisine of the Aosta Valley is very much influenced by that of the border regions such as Savoie, Haute Savoie and Valais.
We have therefore chosen to propose a few local restaurants to make the most of it.
These restaurants have all been tested and selected by us. You will discover, for example, Locanda del Pilone, Campamac, l’Ostaria Arborina, Voglio di Vino…etc.
You will find below, on this map, a list of restaurants that we recommend during your visit in the Italian Piedmont vineyards (Barolo, Barbaresco, Roero…).
These restaurants offer you an interesting wine list but also a cuisine that deserves to be discovered, some nice small plates. You will find all types of cuisine (regional, locavore, organic, etc.).
For each restaurant you will find information about the cuisine, an evaluation of the wine list (quality, price, diversity and research) as well as an assessment of the price level of dining there.
If you like one of these epicurean places, you will find the necessary information to reserve (phone number, website) in the restaurant profile.
Some information to understand the ratings :
- Price level: €= up to 40euros, €€= under 90euros, €€€= over 90euros
- Wine list rating: from one star to four (⭐⭐⭐⭐)
Why this map?
We are a team of wine lovers which also means epicureans. During our various trips to the vineyards of the world, we had the opportunity to lunch or dine at the tables of outstanding chefs. We, therefore, wanted to highlight those who offer remarkable cuisine but who have also taken the step of creating a “genuine” wine list.
Restaurant owners, if you wish to highlight the fact that you have been “selected”, do not hesitate to contact us by email (firstname.lastname@example.org) to receive your “badge” to place on your shop window.