Located in the DOCG Prosecco area, there's a picturesque hamlet where time has managed to stand still - remaining an authentic corner of paradise. This hamlet is called 'Rolle' or 'small hillside villa nestled amidst the mountains' as it was described in ancient documents. All over the area, you'll find traces of how art and history marked this territory dedicated to wine-production. For centuries its vineyards have dotted the landscape with undulating characteristics and challenging asperity. This territory is almost entirely hilly and vine cultivation is a dominant feature of the area. As far back as the 1800s, Rolle was known for its grapes that were 'counted by weight or by the basket'. And thanks to the sun, the area's altitude and the land's distinct features - its wine is grand and special like the territory of Rolle itself.