We found this place by driving through the middle of nowhere and following an agriturismo sign. It's about 10 minutes off the main country road in the area. Driving in through the beautiful countryside, with the views of the valley both ways and sheep and cows' bells ringing here and there, we were sold before we even got there. Arriving at the pretty villa sealed the deal. For 100 euro/night, we got a decent double room, the standard Italian breakfast of cappuccino and bread with spreads, and a fantastic 5-course dinner for two. The lovely pool out back amidst olive groves and the possibilities of hiking and horse riding were all bonus.
The only quasi-drawback is the possibility of creeping yourself out because the place is so remote and there's probably no one else staying there. After we agreed to take the room, we noted the multitude of dogs wandering the place, the fact that our cell phone didn't get reception, that we were far from any other houses,that it looked like no one had stayed there in a long time, and so forth. We were reminded of the movie "Psycho." However, we stayed anyway and were rewarded with a fantastic meal (of local foodstuffs) full of surprises, and unlimited supplies of delicious Barolo-like house red wine. Once the extensive Italian family showed up around 10pm for their big Saturday dinner we realized we'd just let our imaginations run wild.
If you have the chance to stay here, DON'T pass it up. The setting is incredible and the food is fantastic. The one man owner/innkeeper/head chef (and his team of 4 kitchen staff) has really got a good thing going. Our only regret was that we didn't have more time to stay and go horseback riding or hiking in those gorgeous hills. As we left another large group was arriving, complete with nuns, for their Sunday lunch. We'd have loved to join them.
FYI: Great place for kids to run around and see animals, and great for big groups--they could probably accommodate at least 20 people, and more for meals.