Barolo is a small town located in the Piedmont region in Italy in the famous wine producing region of Langhe. The town is famous for its many vineyards and its many varieties of red wine which are made from the nebbiolo grape. Barolo is located in the Cuneo province and it can only be called a village.
Barolo is spread over a tiny area of 5.6 sq km and the population of the village is only around 750. The village is located close to the cities of Turin and Cuneo. Barolo is also located quite close to Alba, famous for the white truffle. Plenty of wine lovers from Italy and even from other countries visit Barolo to sample some of its famous wines.