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Historical curiosities

Fossil remains still testify to the presence of the sea during the Pliocene (3/5 million years ago). Dense forests that covered these places for centuries, were razed to the ground by Benedictine monks around the sixteenth century, to make way for the cultivation of vines. In the various convents scattered throughout the territory the monks refined their consultancy becoming skilled winemakers. Rosora falls within the classic area of production of Verdicchio, a native and predominant vine in the territory. Gentle hills and austere gullies, surrounded by the typical Mediterranean scrub, are the setting for splendid vineyards.Thanks to the different morphology of the soils, sandy and fertile, ideal for the cultivation of white grapes, limestone and clay for those with red grapes, they are obtained wines of excellent and great structure.