Legends say that Pliny the Elder in the first century AD described wild vines…la brusca... HOC EST VITIS SILVESTRIS, QUOD VOCATUR OENANTHIUM… with these words he cataloged the wild vine called Enantio. This particular native variety found in our soil its natural habitat and for a long period contributed to the income of the farmers. At the end of the twentieth century, the growers wanted to create a limited area of vine cultivation called Terra Dei Forti, which started in the municipality of Avio and extended all the way to Rivoli Veronese, along the entire Adige Valley located in the Province of Trento and Verona. At the same time, a new designation of origin was created in the Adige Valley with the name of Terra Dei Forti DOC. All these events served to better protect a vine that made history in the vine-growing sector of our valley and that still represents the "heritage of our communities”.