Colli Tortonesi, door to Piedmont
The Colli Tortonesi are an irregular and continuous sequence of vineyards, woods, slopes, villages. The Landscape drifts apart from the Po valley, becoming at first more rustic then almost upland. The rivers and creeks run through six valleys, narrow streets often wind on the hilly sides.
Flavours in the Cellar
At La Colombera you can taste wine and unique local flavours like the thick grain Noble Salami of Giarolo of ancient and traditional pork butchery, and the Montebore Cheese : three layers of cow, sheep and goat milk, served at the
table of the noble Milanese Sforza Family in the XV century, rigorously produced according to the recipe and protected by the Presidio of Slow Food.
8th December, Wine tasting
La Colombera also produce a high quality chickpeas flower : it is made in the fall and winter and can be tasted on December 8th in the winery itself, when the doors are open for Timorasso wine tasting together with the local Colli Tortonesi products, awaiting and anticipating the Christmas events.
La Colombera is open on Saturdays 10 – 12 am and 3.00 – 6.00 pm Sundays 10 – 12 am
During weekdays, visits to the cellar and vineyards can be booked in advance.
The visit and tasting last about one hour.
The temperature in the cellar is 10°C, we recommend a suitable clothing.