The Amalia Cascina in Langa estate is in Monforte d’Alba and is an exclusive starting point to discover the wonders of the Langhe. It was created in 2003 when the Boffa family, seduced by the serenity of the area, acquired an early 20th century farmhouse and its surrounding vineyards that produced the typical wines of the zone: Dolcetto and Barbera. The farm served as the basis for a new project that in just a short time saw the creation of new areas and buildings, with the main farmhouse becoming a boutique B&B. Additional vineyards were then acquired in the prestigious cru of Barolo Bussia and Le Coste in Monforte. A new winery was also built. Their intention was clear: to produce high quality wine that respected the territory and tradition in an elegant and reserved location. If the Amalia Cascina in Langhe project continues to expand today, in line with its initial intention, the merit goes to the commitment and professionalism of the Boffa family because here everything is family-run. Maria Angela, the mother, runs the B&B with great passion; Gigi, the father, applies his vast experience to oversee the management of the estate’s general activities; while son Paolo is in charge of the vineyards and the winery with support of a team of top professionals.