Welcome to Montafia. Our Cascina is located in Monferrato in the heart of Piedmont, surrounded by Asti, Alba and Turin just 90 km from Genoa and 90 km from the Aosta Valley, it is the ideal starting point for discovering Piedmont. Come and visit us on our page.
The 9 rooms and one apartment are beautiful and functional, some rooms we have hand painted with floral motifs and some wardrobes and beds are renovated and obtained from old Piedmontese castles and farmhouses, a very relaxing and pleasant environment.
You can enjoy the typical Piedmontese cuisine and the wines of our production with us, if you smell the scent of truffles then it is certainly the right time to taste it, white or black there is something for all tastes of the palate and if you don’t like it, no problem , we will let you taste other typical dishes of the farmhouse, we will certainly satisfy you.
Mariateresa, the hostess, was born in Asti and after high school she moved to Germany to study languages where she obtained the diploma of translator and interpreter, she taught Italian in several international schools and companies. If you wish, you have the option of combining your holiday with a language course.
Cascina Vignole is located in the heart of Piedmont in the province of Asti, near Alba and Turin surrounded by woods and meadows.
Asti known for its wines such as Barbera, Dolcetto, Moscato is a paradise for wine and cuisine connoisseurs.
starting from its cheeses and cold cuts to get to traditional hot dishes such as risotto and braised meat, handmade tagliatelle with its famous white truffle.
In Turin, the chocolate paradise awaits you, but not only food and wine but also a lot of cultural offerings, castles and museums: Turin was the first capital of Italy, the Renaissance is still visible in the ancient palaces and can be breathed in the historic cafes.
The house is away from the noise and hustle and bustle in the countryside. You can relax and unwind and enjoy a good wine by the pool or by the lemon trees.
We've been to Piedmont a few times before, but then we got closer to Barolo. Now we wanted to get to know the more natural side of Piedmont. The Rosotto host family, especially Hans and Mariateresa, as well as their son Christoffer, welcomed us in a very friendly way. And Hans, who is always in a good mood, told us all sorts of funny things, there was really a lot to laugh about. Since the Rosotto family was always present for very, very refined food, there was a familiar atmosphere. The wines are also excellent, among other things Personally, we particularly liked the house Barbera.
Our conclusion: this house is highly recommended at any time.