The story behind the Cascina Valeggia farmstead isn’t found in historical documents; it’s found in the stories handed down from father to son. The Bollito family, originally from Cisterna d’Asti, came to Moncalvo at the beginning of the 1900s. Since then, three generations have gone by, each of which put its experience at the service of consumers. […]
A prestigious relais in the Piedmont hills, which have now become UNESCO heritage. A stunning villa with dream rooms, gastronomic delicacies, two swimming pools and wellness treatments at your disposal for an unforgettable stay.
The Bianco Angelo e Figlio company produces local, typical wines from Monferrato, in an area dedicated to producing Barbera d’Asti DOCG and Nizza DOCG wines
Four impassioned generations make the “Vigneti Brichet” Farming Company a special reality, where constant search for quality brings rays of sunlight right to your table!
This ancient monastery, perched atop one of Santo Stefano Belbo’s hills, which was converted into the Relais offers you an unforgettable holiday.
Inside the Relais San Maurizio you’ll find a small tasting paradise: the Truffle Bistrot. A “casual dining” restaurant that offers a typically local cuisine. Starting with the raw materials, often produced in the Relais gardens or otherwise selected, when possible, exclusively among local producers. The cuisine Giampiero Vento, a Chef of Sicilian origin, started working in […]
Like the entire Relais San Maurizio complex, the SPA San Maurizio too is a successful combination between tradition and modernity. Ancient practices are combined with today’s medical knowledge to bring balance and harmony to the body. Sometimes it’s necessary to give oneself a gift… and a day of wellness and health is a wonderful gift to […]
The company is a family-run winery located in Agliano Terme. The production’s flagship is the Barbera d’Asti DOCG. You can visit the company, taste the wines and have a meal directly in the cellar.
The Cantina Cocito Dario winery is located in the Asti Langa, in Agliano Terme, an area dedicated to the production of Barbera d’Asti. This wine is particularly important for the Cocito family: come and discover the extraordinary history behind the Barbera Superiore Violanda.
The Gipsoteca in Bistazione collects and exhibits the collection of original plaster casts by Giulio Monteverde which tell the artistic history of this great Piedmont sculptor.
This is one of the few markets that are still held on Sunday mornings. In fact the municipality of Costigliole d’Asti is composed of numerous villages and the market has always been the meeting place for the scattered inhabitants of the Asti town.
The Tuesday market in Canelli is a centuries-old institution that retains all its charm, with over 100 stalls divided neatly into three squares in the city center.
Through a wide porch you will pass to the inner garden, where there are some double stairs leading to the terraces on the first floor, where a series of doors open.
This majestic building was built in the XIII century. In the sixteenth century it was an important military stronghold, but what we see today is the result of a restoration made inthe nineteenth century that transformed the building into a then fashionable neogothic structure.
The historical centre of the town is sided by a series of buildings known as Palazzo Gaiero. It’s a typical example of the many Renaissance building that can still be found in the Langhe: its main structure and the chapel were built in the sixteenth century.