Splendid surprises are to be found in the heart of the Langhe in Barolo wine growing country: a regal wine which is celebrated throughout the world, castles that are a testament to an ancient history and smooth rolling hills covered in lush vineyards.
Those who have already been here also know how friendly and hospitable the people from Langhe are, always ready to offer the best of a land blessed with good fortune.
But then again, that good fortune is no new discovery: history tells us of how the pontiff who was to crown Napoleon Bonaparte Emperor in 1803, Pope Pius VII, cherished a fond memory of Cascina Luciani after stopping off here in the 18th century (1758) when he was still merely Don Luigi Barbara Chiaramonti, and is said to have exclaimed: "Ah! La Morra! Beautiful skies and good wine."
It just goes to show how worldly pleasures have always been among the most coveted...
The dream came true in 1993: The antique Luciani Cascina was transformed into a splendid reality in the heart of the land of Barolo for anyone who is looking for simple tastes and the tranquillity that is very much put to the test in today’s world.
Guests could not hope for a more homely setting to feel completely at ease, pampered by Velda, and benefiting from her sensitive approach to guiding you through this generous land and to the expertise that Giuseppe has mastered over the course of the years in transforming their precious grapes into the unforgettable bottles produced in the farm’s wine cellar.
Such attention to hospitality could not go unnoticed in the many tourism guides of which the most prestigious mention the Cascina del Monastero, highlighting its many fine qualities.