During the 19th century, our predecessors gradually took precious land from the forest. This is shown by 18th-century maps and the name of the place “Passo Roverello”: next to it we still find woods of our “Roverella”, the small Euganean oak. The time and the roots have broken up the rhyolitic rock into sand, crushed stone and clay, forming a lean soil suitable for growing Chardonnay.
- Exposure South
- Year of plantation N/A