Casa Visette – a new life of an old Barolo winery
We offer accommodation and meeting services for private and corporate customers in Piedmont, in an historical winery that we have restored to a modern, functional guesthouse, honouring local tradition.
Our number one priority is that our guests enjoy their visit. That is why we have planned a range of exciting additional services to pick from. We invite you to become part of the story of Visette.
Barolo is one of the great wines of the world.
It has been called the “King of wines and the wine of Kings”.
Charming suites for couples, families and groups
The Visette guest house has 4 suites, all equipped with air conditioning, centralised floor heating and large windows, with views towards the village of Monforte d’ Alba (south) or La Morra and the mountain of Mont Blanc and Monte Rosa (north). Every suite also has its own private access and a balcony attached.
The Visette guest house has 5 suites, all equipped with air conditioning, centralised floor heating and large windows, with views towards the village of Monforte d’ Alba (south) or La Morra and the mountain of Mont Blanc and Monte Rosa (north). Each suite also has a kitchenette that enables basic cooking. Every suite also has its own private access and a balcony attached.
Local activities and the Piedmont region
There are a lot cultural, entertainment and other activities in Baloro and the Piedmont area. We offer additional services for all guests upon request, such as organising vineyard visits, booking restaurants, organising sports activities (cycling, trekking and walking tours), seasonal activities such as truffle hunting, grape picking, nut gathering, etc.
The Piedmont wine region – Langhe, or Roero further north – is an ideal destination for a vacation. It boasts a number of small villages, each more charming than the last, and green hills as far as the eye can see, with snow-capped mountains rising in the background. The cultural landscapes of the Piedmont vineyards provide outstanding living testimony to the winegrowing and winemaking traditions that stem from a long history, and that have been continuously improved and adapted up to the present day.