The term Southern Piedmont indicates and defines a geographic region of Piedmont was once referred Brand Aleramica located along the southern part of the region and in close connection with the geographical Oltregiogo diLiguria marked by the foothills of the Ligurian Apennines. The area consists of an area of rich undulating valleys and waterways marked mainly by hills planted with vines, interspersed with short flat planted with wheat or corn and, in the most northern rice. Counts inside villages and towns often Medieval or Roman origin that developed along the ancient Postojna.