Travel B&B or Agrotourismos in Piemonte

Have visited the area many times, but time flies and it is now at least ten years since last visit. Looking for an OK place to stay for approx 3 days around Sept 12th, hopefully not too far fromt the Barolo/Barbaresco/Alba area. Nothing too fancy as the Norwegian currency has gone down the drain.
It's a while since my family visited Odd but Agriturismo gioco dell'oca just a little outside of Barolo township (and similarly not far from La Morra) was great. The owner Raffaella was always helpful, breakfasts were plentiful, and the price was very reasonable.
We were really happy with Brandini's rooms last April - clean, good value and well-appointed. They've given the agriturismo website a spritz up since then and it looks a bit fancier, but I'm not sure if the prices have also risen - it was around EUR150 per night last year. There's also a restaurant on site.

Also worth mentioning Ciau del Tornavento's rooms are really reasonable- a meal and nose around the most spectacular wine cellar you're likely to see, followed by a stagger across the courtyard into bed, is a great way to spend an evening!
Pre-pandemic I stayed in several good places in Verduno - GB Burlotto’s agriturismo (Locanda del Orso Bevitore), Agriturismo Ca’ del Re and also B&B Alba in Langhe - all marked on google maps, all good.
We stayed at Agriturismo Il Quarto Stato in Barolo (Canonica’s place) and liked it. Good value. It was almost 10 years ago but I doubt too much can have changed.
Birger Vejrum is the person to contact. He recommended a place just outside of Alba which was perfect. I'll see if I can find the details.

Edit: Cascina Ponchietta near Monta. You're close to Canale and David Palluda's restaurant and bistro.

A must go to is Filippo Gallino's winery. You'll be treated like family and the wines are very good indeed.
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