Leaving the motorway at Marene and driving towards East, one comes to the Langhe, a vast area in the Province of Cuneo, divided into Upper and Lower Langa lying close to Roero, another historical region. The name Langhe means “hilly territory with long, gentle crests”. The open spaces are almost completely covered by sumptuous vineyards, where the varieties of controlled designation of origin of Dolcetto, Barbera, Freisa, Nebbiolo, Barbaresco and Barolo are grown. Noteworthy are also fruits and the "tonda gentile" Piedmont hazelnut. The Langhe are an excellent tourist destination.