Dai Gresy in Langa
The agritourism of Tenute Cisa Asinari dei Marchesi di Gresy is located among the vineyards of Langhe and offers a varied sensory adventure.
At Tenute Cisa Asinari dei Marchesi di Grésy they have always been committed to promoting the territory through the typicity of their wines; they wanted to create the right place to savor its essence. Their exclusive farmhouse in the hills planted with vines is the starting point for those who want to know and experience this splendid territory through the eyes of those who are madly in love with it.
Dai Gresy in Langa is located on the ridge of Monte Aribaldo, between Barbaresco and Treiso. The view is lost in a riot of shapes, among the gentle hills streaked with rows of vines. Quiet and silence dominate the environment and reconcile with the colors and scents of nature.
They tried to make the stay in the farmhouse a varied sensory adventure. Each room is unique; each window is a picture; every detail is carefully studied to embrace nature and, in some way, be part of it. A stone infinity pool overlooking the vineyards, and all the splendor of the Langhe around.
The SPA is the ideal place to enjoy the most precious resource: time. A cedar wood gallery will lead you to the relax room where you will find a large hot tub, Turkish bath with chromo therapy, Swedish sauna and bio sauna. They also have two treatment rooms. A small gym equipped with the essentials is available to guests, so you can keep in training even on gloomy days.
Cost: €€ (up to € 120)
Opening: throughout the year
Spoken Languages: English, French and German
Credit Cards Accepted: American Express, Mastercard, Maestro, CartaSì, Contactless
Services: parking, breakfast, wi-fi, swimming-pool, horses (on request), SPA – wellness center, pets allowed, tastings, guided visits to the winery, wine direct sale.
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Alberto di Gresy is one of those rare Piedmont aristocrats who has continued his family’s winemaking tradition. His family has owned Tenuta Cisa Asinari since 1797 and he has been running it...