The Cascina Amalia winery is located in Monforte d’Alba, one of the eleven municipalities in Piedmont where the famous Barolo wine is made.

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The origins

Cascina Amalia was established in 2003, when the Boffa family, seduced by the gentle tranquillity of the area, purchased an early 20th century farmhouse together with the vineyards around it. New spaces and volumes were designed, and the main body was transformed into a cosy and very charming B&B.

The original hospitality project soon evolved dramatically: Luigi Antonio Boffa and Maria Angela Brosio fell in love with the territory, the people and, of course, the wine, which occupies an important place in the life of the local community.

Gigi and Maria Angela decide to start making their own wine, buying more vineyards, including two plots in the prestigious crus of Bussia and Le Coste di Monforte. Their intent was clear: to make high quality wines with respect for terroir and tradition, in an elegant and secluded setting.

The winery they built was both functional and perfectly integrated into the landscape. Gigi and Mariangela’s son Paolo Boffa, who has always been passionate about wine, took over the running of the winery in 2007.

Cascina Amalia - Cantina a Monforte d'Alba

The winery today

Today the winery has seven hectares of organically managed vineyards, all in the municipality of Monforte d’Alba, and produces the area’s classic wines using methods that respect the natural balance and organoleptic qualities conveyed by each grape variety and each vineyard.

With commitment and passion, we work to produce high-quality wines that express the values of the territory and culture of the Langhe.

Cascina Amalia - Cantina a Monforte

Cascina Amalia - Cantina a Monforte