The medieval pearl of the Langhe, Serralunga, is often outshone by the the much more famous Alba, but it is no less worthy of attention. The first thing that everyone remembers of this village is its profile, with the ancient castle that stands tall on the top of the hill, with a web of picturesque houses and alleys at its feet, surrounded all around by extensive vineyards whose nectar , the prized Barolo, ages in the many cellars below the city. In addition to its architectural and cultural beauty, Serralunga is also a eno-gastronomic treasure trove. The entire life of the inhabitants revolves around the making of wine, the breeding of animals and cultivation. Not surprisingly, the enormous abundance of family-style trattorias and farmhouses will make your stay unforgettable.