The foggy hills of Piedmont shroud some of Italy’s best-kept secrets: land of butter over olive oil, incomparably rich risottos and every braised meat imaginable. Not coincidentally, Slow Food’s birthplace is also arguably Italy's best wine region (shh, don't tell Tuscany!). Taste an array of local whites, reds and sparklers, leading up to (what else?) a famously expensive and long-lived Barolo. Did someone say truffles?