Farmhouse holiday accommodation
Agritur Vigneti Brichet

For a holiday that is different in natural surroundings and with the very best regional specialities to eat and drink

Close to the VIGNETI BRICHET di Massasso e Figli winery situated in Repergo, Isola d’Asti, the Massasso family has restructured the ‘vecchia cascina’ — the old farmhouse — to create two independent apartments. These are ideally suited for self-catering rural holidays among the vineyards and olive groves of Repergo.
Located on a 300-metre-high hilltop, each 80m2 apartment comprises a well equipped kitchen, a sitting-room with TV, one bedroom with a double bed, a second bedroom with twin beds, a bathroom with shower, hair-dryer, washing machine, autonomous central heating with hot water, separate parking and free wi-fi.

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Services included in the price

Breakfast

Cleaning

Consumption of electricity, gas and water

Bathroom linen

Bed linen changed weekly

How to get to us

When you arrive at Asti on the A21 autostrada, turn off at the Asti-Est exit and take the ‘tangenziale’ ring road towards Alba-Cuneo. Exit at Isola d’Asti (12km from the autostrada exit) and follow the signs for Nizza Monferrato-Canelli, and our own signs will guide you from there to our ‘Azienda e Alloggi Agrituristici’ in the municipality of Repergo di Isola d’Asti.

Terms and conditions

Weekly bookings run from Saturday to Saturday

Arrival point: Azienda Vigneti Brichet
Via B. Castellazzo 53, Repergo di Isola d'Asti
Tel. 0141.958436 / 320.6342165

Arrival time: between 16:00 and 18:00

Departure time: before 10:00

Opening period: from 1 April to 31 October

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Repergo is strategically situated, enjoying easy access to Asti (12 km) Nizza Monferrato (12 km) Canelli (15 km) Alba (20 km) and Acqui Terme (35 km).The surrounding countryside is beautiful, with small roads running along the crests of gently rolling hills.
In this oasis of tranquillity there are many walks or bicycle rides to enjoy, with a variety of hamlets and small villages within easy reach. On these hills grape varieties that are well known all over the world are cultivated with care and skill. The most famous of these is the Barbera grape, a variety that is highly appreciated by the most demanding of connoisseurs.
The VignetiBrichet di Massasso e Figli winery also became the UlivetiBrichet in the late 1980s when we started to grow the olives for our Hastolio Parlapapà, an extra-virgin oil made from the Leccino variety of olives that we harvest on the slopes of Brichet.

In spring, on Sundays in May and June and by prior arrangement, we welcome guests to our VignetiBrichet cellars where a special tasting menu called ‘Sapori di Primavera’ — spring flavours — gives the opportunity to sample selected Massasso wines, extra-virgin olive oil and typical local specialities.
During the period of the grape harvest, the ‘Festa della Vendemmia dei VignetiBrichet’ takes place. This celebration of the vendange is an occasion when we invite everyone to take part in the grape-picking, to visit the cellars and witness all the steps in the wine-making process, or go truffle-hunting. For these events, it is necessary to book beforehand.
On Sundays in September, again by prior arrangement, we offer our guests the ‘menù degustazione vendemmiale’ — our special harvest tasting menu — and, in October, the ‘menù di funghi e tartufi’ — the mushroom and truffle menu.

Places to visit nearby

The Barbera wine route runs along the hills, past vineyards and olive groves towards Isola d’Asti, an area with a long tradition of wine-making and gastronomy, where, in the district of Villa, the remains of the castle may be visited.

The 17th century bell-tower is also worth a visit, as is the 18th century baroque church where Pope John Paul II celebrated mass on 26th September 1993. There is another 18th century baroque church in the district of Mongovone, which is dedicated to the Annunciation of Mary.
The valley of the river Tanaro is important for the production of cereals and vegetables, fruit-growing and floriculture. Many interesting excursions to the regions of Monferrato and the Langhe can also be organised.

In Asti, there is the ‘Settembre Astigiano’ — the festival held in Asti every September — which includes the ‘Festival delle Sagre’ and the ‘Douja d’Or’; in Alba, the ‘Fiera del Tartufo’ — the truffle fair — is held every October; in Nizza Monferrato there is an important antiques market, the ‘Mercatino dell’Antiquariato’, on the fourth Sunday of every month; in Canelli, there is the re-enactment and celebration of the ‘Assedio’ — the 1613 siege of the town; Acqui Terme is a health resort, with a spa and hot sulphur springs. 5 kms away, the small town of Costigliole d’Asti has a very fine medieval castle that dominates the district, as well as sports facilities and a swimming-pool.
In the municipality of Agliano d’Asti, 7 kms away, there is a very modern thermal centre where health and wellbeing treatments are available. At Golf Feudo di Asti, 20 kms away, you can play a round of golf on an 18-hole course, or go riding at the Circolo Ippico Il Paddock in Callianetto.