enuta Cascina Cuccagna is a historic estate complex located in Monferrato, a typical Piedmont area, and is the exclusive location for weddings and events.
The estate is included in the “Catalog of Cultural-Architectural Heritage of Acqui Terme”.
It rises in the area Baths of the city on the beautiful hill overlooking the thermal resorts and the Lake Sorgenti spa from which it is a few hundred meters away.
The first building dates back to the 18th century, during the first restoration work a sandstone slab dated 1789 was found; The work concerned primarily the main building, inhabited by the owners and only later the ancient barn became Maison d’Amis.
The property was equipped with a large swimming pool dominated by the town of Acqui Terme with its relative Pool House and adjacent; It has various places of rest and meditation immersed in the green, such as the Butterfly Berceau near which there are various Buddleja plants that in the summer months attract different varieties and species of butterflies.
The property has a large park and is surrounded by a wood in which a path for direct contact with nature has been realized, walking through roveries, carpini and olive trees, and finally the Great Saloon of the Parties with open kitchen.
Of great importance is the recently restored Garden of Fountains, which also includes the garden garden and the Speziary, from which to harvest vegetables and spices directly for the kitchen.
Inside the estate surrounded by a large laurel hedge lies the Roseto Antico, which is composed of ancient and rare roses from Italy, France and England.
Tenuta Cascina Cuccagna by Leonora Dario produces artisanal jams made with the fruits of the plants grown in the property and, for further necessity, bought from the farmers of the hills of Roccaverano and they can be tasted on site or during the events.
The estate also has own wines, such as the Moscato d’Asti docg, which grapes originate from vineyards in the territory of Castel Boglione, patrimony Unesco, and the Moscato Passito “Thermae”.
The Barbera d’Asti, instead, will remain in the barriques still for a few months, after that will be available