A blend of Roman history and fine wine
Tucked away in the heart of northern Italy’s Piedmont region is Acqui Terme, a bustling town established as an important thermal centre in Roman times, surrounded by breathtaking vineyards and landscapes that were awarded in 2014 a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The impressive “Bollente ” hot thermal springin the centre of the city, and the ruins of the Roman Aqueductthat still stand next to the Bormida river, remind us how water and nature have always been the most important elementsin this town, that offers its visitors an enviable blend of history, wine and gastronomy excellences, art, thermae and Italian small-town charmthat make it an appealing destination.
Discover the enchanting world of the Acquese vineyards
Vineyards undoubtedly characterise the local Acquese territory, and represent the landscape, the history, the costumes and lifestyle, and are a fundamental factor for the people and the areas’ economy.
Moscato Bianco is the key to a world rich in history, passion and traditions. It’s a combination of knowledge with ancient origins that persist today and create excellent wines like Asti Spumante DOCGand Moscato d’Asti DOCG ( Guaranteed Designation of Origin ) famous worldwide.
Immersive journey through the vineyards, producers, and culinary delights
A journey to discover the wine producing world, a unique and unforgettable experience where you can explore and visit the local wine producers, the Regional Enoteca, the Civic Archeological Museum, taste the best wines, visit the historic and characteristic wine cellars, discover how a wine is produced, learn all about the perfect pairing between wine and food, along with relaxing walks in the vineyards!
Acqui Terme is among the cities awarded with the prestigious recognition “European Wine City 2024”
The year 2024 is an unmissable opportunity to discover Acqui Terme and enjoy the charm of its millenary territory.