Alba Climate and Weather

Historic Charts for Travel Planning in the Langhe, Piemonte

What is the weather and climate like in the Langhe province of Piemonte, a famouse wine and truffle region? The historic climate charts below will give you an idea.

Alba sits in the north of the Langhe wine growing region in Piemonte, known for fall truffles, wines and castles.

Cold and temperate is how the experts describe the climate of the Langhe, although it's gotten warmer recently. The spring brings rather unpredictable rains, which taper off in summer and continue until fall, when precipitation drops as winter moves in.

"The various micro-climates created by the hills and valleys of the Langa influenced by the continental climate of the entire area, stimulates particularly fine and aromatic nuances in the wines. During the summer, the difference between the heat of day and cool nights increase the aromas in the skins of the grapes and ensure the fascinating variety which is the hallmark of this region’s structured and complex wines, perfect for ageing. The tannins typical of these grand wines also contribute to their constant fascination." ~ the Terroir

Alba Historic Temperatures and Precipitation Charts

alba temperature and precipitation charts

Autumn Weather

Alba's famous late fall truffle fair brings tourists to the Langhe. During the truffle fair, you can book a visit to Alba's underground, showing the layers of the city since the Romans inhabited it as Alba Pompeia.

Alghero weather and climate Oristano weather and climate Cagliari Sardinia weather and climate Palermo Sicily weather and climate Lecce Puglia weather and climate Naples and Amalfi Coast weather and climate Rome Climate and Weather Siena weather and climate Florence weather and climate Pisa climate and weather Venice weather and climate Verona weather and climate Lake Como climate and weather Genoa and the Cinque Terre Weather and Climate Alba Weather and Climate Foggia Weather and Climate Fano weather and climate

Spring Weather

While you can expect some rain, the spring around Alba is a fine season in which to visit.

Spring and fall are the best times for visiting Alba, although the summer isn't a bad time to visit the Langhe, either.

In late april/early may Alba celebrates Vinum, celebrating the wines of Langhe and Roero.

Alba Trains

Alba's train station is found at Piazza Trento e Trieste. There are regular trains to/from Turin. See Alba to Turin for a map and all routes between the cities. You can change the destinations to get complete route and price information for any pair of cities.

Where to Stay in Alba

The highly-rated Casanova is close to the train station. Rooms include a kitchen and free wifi.

If you have a car, 10 minutes from Alba is the bargain called Agriturismo Paitin.

Lodging will be tight in October and November in Alba due to the truffle fair, so you may have to search for a hotel. You can use the box below. For top rated vacation rental apartments, see the recommended rentals below.

Free Italy Travel Newsletter
Find out what's going on in Italy and other places in Europe.

Yes! I really want your newsletter (box must be checked to receive the newsletter).​

Weather and Climate in Other Italian Cities

AlbaComoGenoa & Cinque TerreFanoFlorenceFoggiaLecceNaples & Amalfi CoastPisaRomeVeniceVerona

Sardinia

AlgheroCagliariOristano

Sicily

Palermo