Torino tasting tour
Turin & Piedmont

Torino tasting tour

3 h
Food, Wine & nightlife
difficulty Easy
Wheelchair Not Accessible

Food and wine tour of Turin

For food explorers, Torino Tasting Tour won’t disappoint in educating your palates of Piedmont gourmets. The tour includes a guided visit through the historic centre of Turin, a traditional Piola of Barbera paired with Tomino al Verde and a great pasta dish from the best pasta factory. 

Torino tasting tour highlights: 

  • Visit Turin historic city center
  • Discover the history and anecdotes of its gastronomic products
  • Experience the atmosphere of the Quadrilatero Romano
  • Try the unique taste of the true agnolotti piemontesi
  • Taste a barbera in a real piola and Torino’s famous Bicerin dessert

Torino tasting tour

We will take you through the historic centre of Turin to soak in the Alpine atmosphere and the typical food and wine products of the region. As introduction to the Piedmont gourmets, we will begin with a traditional Piola aperitif – a glass of Barbera paired with Tomino al Verde and a pasta dish. Polishing the experience off with a taste of the bicerin dessert.

Torino Tasting Tour

In this tour, you will have the chance to taste the best known Barbera d’Asti of the Piedmont region paired with fresh local Tomini al verde (Piedmontese cheese). You will also be served a pasta dish, freshly made on the spot in one of the best pasta factory of Turin center. Later, we will move on to one of Turin’s historic coffeehouse to taste the famous Bicerin with a twist addition of Amaretto!

Turin, the capital of the Piedmont Region

This elegant alp-lined encircled city of Turin is a combination of historical and modern architecture which brings out the Nuevo artsy styled atmosphere. Turin is well known for its Renaissance, Baroque and Neo-classical architectures with elegant castles, palaces, parks, piazzas and gardens and of course the football club of Juventus F.C! Find out why Turin is also called the ‘Cradle of Italian Liberty’.

Ancient Roman Quarters of Turin

Parts of the Roman Quarters of Turin can still be seen, especially the Palatine Towerand its walls that served as one of the four gates along the city of Turin. Not far from the medieval district is the Turin Cathedral where the reputed Shroud of Turin is kept. You will see many small Italian artisan shops and bars at Porta Palazzo, once the historical market of Turin, which now hosts the biggest open market in Europe.

Other tours in Turin

If you're interested in other activities in Turin, don't miss the Small Group Tour of Royal Palace, which make discover to you the most famous ancient residence of the city or the Venaria Royal Palace Tour!