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Italy - Arrive Milan and Depart Turin, help with itinerary

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I have been reading forum posts for hours over multiple days and have picked up some ideas about sources for hotels and restaurants. I'm hoping for guidance on an itinerary. My husband and I are taking a trip to celebrate our 20th anniversary. We land at noon on the 3rd of September Milan (linate) and depart Turin (Torino) on the 10th of September. We are willing to drive. We have been to Italy before but not the Piedmonte area. We are eager to relax and wander the lovely towns we have read about and enjoy all of the wines that start with "B" that we love so well. I would be grateful for suggestions on itinerary/routes/timing for enjoying select towns and vineyards. Thanks for your generosity in helping out a fellow traveler.

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