VIlla Mona

Langhe, Italy

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Located in Monforte d’Alba, in the heart of the Barolo wine region, Mona is a home that reflects local culture and creates memories of this special land as represented in each and every detail.

Protected by the Alpine arch to the northwest of Italy, you will find the Langhe, lands steeped in culture known as “the hills of tastes”, the home of famous wines such as Barolo and Barbaresco and various delicacies such as the white truffle, hazelnuts, Fassona meat and many more.

Villa Mona formerly used as a rectory, the archetypal forms of peasant life in the Langhe are embodied in the humble details and confined spaces that have been meticulously preserved during restoration.

It is designed with respect for energy savings and environmental sustainability.

The objects of the house bridge the gap between the stay and the sense of belonging to the place. Made by the skilled hands of local artisans, they create a link between tradition and innovation, preserve original materials and forms, and recover the meaning of the times that were.

Protected from prying eyes, surrounded by private walls, with a private pool, quite lunch spot, and private barbecue area.


280 m2

Living space

530 m2

Total plot size


Total bedrooms

6 en-suite bedrooms

Wellness area

sauna, steam room

Swimming pool with salt water

Historical area

Fully Equipped Kitchen


Daily cleaning

Wine Cellar

24 hour concierge

Air conditioning


Dining area



On request


Nearest towns


5.7 km or 8′ min

La Morra

12 km or 16’ drive


21 km or 30’ drive


47 km or 45’ drive


55 km or 1h drive

What to do

Langhe are recognized as part of the World Heritage Site, a coveted recognition, defined as “a witness of an authentic and ancestral culture, of a link between the land and man of ancient origins”.

Langhe is renowned for its vineyards and is considered one of Italy’s premier wine regions. Tourists can explore numerous wineries and vineyards scattered throughout the area, where they can sample some of the finest wines in the world, including Barolo, Barbaresco, and Dolcetto. Many wineries offer guided tours and tastings, providing visitors with insights into the winemaking process and the region’s rich viticultural heritage.

Together with skilled chefs, guests will be able to experience the creation of local recipes. The course offers the opportunity to share the Langa culture, through the simplest traditions, those of conviviality and cooking for those we love.

Langhe is home to several charming towns and villages, each with its own unique charm and character. Visitors can wander through cobblestone streets lined with medieval architecture, explore historic castles and fortresses, and discover hidden gems tucked away in quaint hilltop villages. Some must-visit towns include Alba, La Morra, Barolo, and Serralunga d’Alba.

Langhe boasts a culinary tradition that is as rich and diverse as its wines. Visitors can indulge in delectable dishes featuring locally sourced ingredients, such as truffles, porcini mushrooms, hazelnuts, and artisanal cheeses. The region is dotted with charming trattorias, osterias, and Michelin-starred restaurants, where tourists can savor authentic Piedmontese cuisine paired with exceptional wines.

Langhe is famous for its truffles, particularly the prized white truffles found in the nearby forests. Tourists can experience the thrill of truffle hunting with trained truffle dogs and expert guides, learning about the ancient art of truffle hunting and enjoying the satisfaction of uncovering these elusive culinary treasures.

Immerse yourself in the lively atmosphere of local markets held in various towns and villages across Langhe. These markets, often held weekly, feature a diverse array of stalls selling everything from seasonal fruits and vegetables to homemade cheeses, cured meats, olive oils, and preserves. Visitors can stroll through the market stalls, sampling local delicacies, and interacting with friendly vendors who are passionate about their products.

In addition to its natural beauty and gastronomic delights, Langhe also offers rich cultural experiences for tourists. Visitors can explore museums, art galleries, and historic landmarks, learning about the region’s fascinating history, art, and traditions.

Overall, Langhe offers a perfect blend of natural beauty, culinary delights, and cultural experiences, making it a must-visit destination for tourists seeking an authentic taste of Italy’s Piedmont region.