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vini
The area affected by the Montello Hill and Asolano Hills wine route goes from the hilly strip of the Montello Hill to the Asolano Hills, winding over the soft hills covered by vineyards and woods where the vine and wine tradition sees the production of products l
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PATATE
Tradition has it that the potato was introduced to the Montello Hill in the 800, by the Napoleonic troops.
During the 20th century big growing got going and new selected varieties were introduced. Thanks to the clayey and iron-rich soil, which retains h
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funghi
Thanks to the characteristics of the ground and the woods the Asolano hills and above all the Montello Hill in the autumn season become a destination for those that love mushrooming.
A mushroom typical of the Montello Hill is the variety called ciodèt,
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FagioloBorlotto
There are a lot of varieties of cultivated beans in Veneto but among particular ones we find the Borlotto Nano Levada bean.
Production is most widespread in the communes of Pederobba, Cavaso del Tomba, Possagno, Cornuda and Crocetta of the Montello Hill.
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olio
The extra virgin olive oil from the Treviso hills is produced in the Pedemontana Trevigiana area, that is to say in the area between the borders with the provinces of Vicenza to the west and Pordenone to the east. It is considered a sort of anomaly in that it orig
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miele
The communes of the Montello Hill and the hills of the Treviso piedmont lend themselves to beekeeping, thanks to the natural presence of chestnut and acacia woods and meadows rich in floral variety.
Begun as an activity complementary to the family one, it was st
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Poor but wise country culture has always tried to draw from nature what was available and in the spring season the fields swarm with herbs and wild asparaguses.
Today, as in the past, in traditional cuisine people make use of field herbs that are easily fou
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ciliegia
The area that goes from Cornuda to Asolo, in the hilly territories of Asolo, Maser, Coste and Crespignaga, in the period between March and April is whitened by the flowering of cherries, a spectacle of nature! Thanks to the mild climate of the hills, Asolan
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