Valle di Cembra is an area of terraced mountain supported by more than seven hundred miles of dry stone walls for a total of about three hundred hectares of crops, a spectacle landscape created by man to smooth inclines and promote agriculture for the livelihood of a rural community.
Today endless terraced vineyards located between the 200 and 800 mt. a.s.l. rises above the Avisio stream. These icons of strenuous mountain farming are a real vine garden that obtained the national recognition of "Historical Rural Italian Landscape”.
Valle di Cembra has a link with the screw that is lost in the mists of time. This land is the historical cradle of Trentino region viticulture, as evidenced by the discovery of Situla, a Rhaetic vase for wine of pre-Roman period found in Cembra countryside.