Saslà Grapes

The Saslà grapes originate from the Chasselas vine.

Despite its Lebanese origin, it was brought to Europe by the Phoenicians.

The cultivation of this grapes variety began to spread in the territory of the Bolognese Hills from the early 20th century, then reached its maximum expansion in the years 1925-1955.

The cultivation of the Saslà grapes became such a relevant part of the local economy of the time that it led to the development of new professions and expertise.