The WiMu, the most innovative wine museum in Italy, is a journey through the culture and tradition of wine. A path designed by François Confino, the author of museum installations all over the world, which tells the millennial relationship between wine and man. It starts from the top floor: the contribution of nature. And then wine in history and art, in the kitchen and in the cinema, in music and literature, in the universal myths. WiMu is also a tribute to the history of the castle and to the illustrious people who have inhabited it. The last marquises of Barolo, Carlo Tancredi Falletti and his wife Giulia di Barolo. And Silvio Pellico, one of the protagonists of the Risorgimento, who was a librarian here and whose room-study is still intact.