Barbaresco wine and a wonderful Norwegian couple!

This time we are back to tell you about a wonderful and sweet couple coming from Norway: Aina and Emil. They decided to get married in Piemonte countryside beginning of this year and planned their special day in September. September and October are wonderful months if you are planning a wedding in Piemonte Countryside.
They were keen for an authentic Italian atmosphere, great food, good wines and not to many tourists around.
We have to say that Piemonte is surely less famous than other Italian country destinations such as Tuscany or Umbria, but it could surely fascinate its visitors with stunning landscapes over the vines, delicious food and most of all wines that are among the most famous in the world.
A pretty and undiscovered destination, a well preserved jewel.

Aina and Emil decided to discover it and to let their guests discover it too!
So a fun Norwegian group of about 60 guests arrived directly from Norway to enjoy Piemonte Langhe countryside.

For their civil ceremony Aina and Emil chose Barbaresco village in Langhe area.
The village takes its name and gives its name to famous and delicious wine Barbaresco.
This is the precise area and hills where Barbaresco is produced and bottled.
We’ve been her in many other occasions – Katie and Matt’s wedding to Gaja property, Alika and Alessandro’s wedding and recent Alan and Kelly’s elope anniversary.
The beauty of the little village is rare, cobbled roads, ancient tower, vine yards all around, lovely church and a special deconsecrated church that now is the Regional Winehouse.

It is just here where Aina and Emil had their civil ceremony!
it is the place where civil ceremonies in Barbaresco are held and the ancient church atmosphere with all these precious bottles of Barbaresco made the atmosphere really unique!

So after getting ready in a lovely property on the vineyards Aina arrived to Barbaresco on board of a wonderful convertible Volvo.
Emil was there in his Italian navy blue suit (could it be different?) waiting for her.
Ceremony was so moving accompanied by the lovely sound of a piano and notes by famous composer Ludovico Einaudi.







After the ceremony some photos, a drink – wine of course – in Barbaresco and then a trip on the roads of Barbaresco vines to reach reception venue.


As for their reception venue Aina and Emil chose a wonderful property.
It is a Michelin starred restaurant with some lovely rooms. The property is located on top of a hill overlooking a 360° panorama over Langhe hills.
Aperitif was served by a wooden pergola overlooking the panorama while a jazz-swing band was playing some Italian swing songs.



Seated dinner was served in the other area of the property again under lovely wooden pergolas.
Round tables with amazing centrepieces made with country flowers and white grapes to match the style of the area. Some candles and lovely little details Aina wanted for her guests.
Little bottles of grappas as favour for everyone, laces fans for ladies and fun hay hats for men.
Isn’t it so stylish?




Well for sure Aina and Emil style was really amazing!
She was beautiful in her romantic dress… vintage hairdo and details.
She has a passion for vintage and you can really tell – a vintage country wedding in Piemonte. Just amazing!




Party to follow was great too! They had a dj playing for their rockabilly and old songs they loved.
And we cannot forget rich open bar, romantic sparklers for the wedding cake and Cuban and Italian cigars for men.


A great party in Langhe Piemonte countryside none will forget!
Atmosphere was just perfect and all had just a perfect day!
Aina and and Emil you will remain always in our hearts…..our wonderful Norwegian couple now… Norwegian friends!

[text_box class=”grey”] The selection of pictures you see here are all taken by our team on the day of the day.
Official photos by Norwegian photographer will come soon. As soon as they will be ready we will be happy to show them with another short post! [/text_box]

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