Upon reservation and during events. Temporarily closed.
The complex in the heart of Asti previously home to the “Ponte di Lombriasco” family, then “Cotti di Ceres” and now “Gazelli di Rossana”, covers almost an entire block and is made up of two adjacent buildings:
- The aristocratic residence of medieval origin modified in the mid-18th century by the court architect Benedetto Alfieri, which comprises the tower
- The adjoining residence also of medieval origin, modified in the mid-19th century by architect Valessina according to principals of the "casa da reddito" in order to transform the estate into a business, comprising two large courtyards, various agricultural storerooms, a granary barn and a fabulous stable block with impressive vaulted ceilings.
During the visit the rooms used in the past as wine cellars and the two large courtyards can be admired.