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Piedmont compared to Tuscany

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It's time for our "Italy fix" so I am starting to plan our next trip and would like to get some advice. We have been to Tuscany twice (a week in the Chianti area near Panzano and a week in southern Tuscany). Contrary to most of the posts I read on this forum, we liked the Chianti area best. We really liked the view from our terrace over the Chianti hillside covered with olive trees and vineyards as opposed to the wide open fields of southern Tuscany. This may be a hard thing to answer but I am wondering if the Barolo/Barberesco area of Piedmont is like the Chianti area or the southern Tuscany area? This forum has really helped in planning all our other European vacations so I hope you can help me out with this.

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