In this chapter we discuss one of the most typical, beautiful and characteristic places of the March of Treviso, Refrontolo.

The town of Refrontolo, crossed by the Prosecco wine road, stretches between a succession of hills with evocative viticultural landscapes along the Crevada valley and, from a vast network of nature trails, on the north side. It is also called Isola del Refrontolo Passito, a nickname deriving from a sweet wine, suitable during or after a meal, obtained from Marzemina grapes, a characteristic grape of the area.

Nearby, we find Molinetto della Croda, one of the few still functioning water mills that exploit the waters of the Lierza stream and keeps since 1630, year of construction, to grind corn flour for polenta.

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