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Two nights in the Piemonte area

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Need suggestions for where to stay and what to do in the Piemonte area, preferably around Alba. Two nights, Sept. 9 - 10. We will be driving from the Milan area so would like to hear suggestions for the best route (scenic wise, VINEYARDS) to take. Considering driving to Turin first (about a 2.5 hr drive) and then driving to Alba area to spend the next 2 nights. Is Turin worth a few hours visit? What would you recommend seeing there? Not big art or history buffs but would like to see the city and its architecture since we’ll be so close.

Would like to stay somewhere small and charming (maybe a B&B?) in the middle of the vineyards. Want to experience that classic “Tuscan” picturesque vineyard setting.

Huge foodies (but not huge wine enthusiasts) and would love some suggestions for great places to eat.

Have heard Piemonte area is like a "mini Tuscany” and since we don’t have time to visit Tuscany, hopefully this will be the next best option.

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