The head of the grain family, spelled is rich in nutritional value and is perfectly digestible.
Spelt, (Triticum dicoccum), is the oldest type of cultivated wheat, used since ancient times, spelled lives its period of splendor during the Roman Empire.
In the Middle Ages its spread was still very wide but has experienced a net reduction in the twentieth century to give way to naked wheats much productive.But this was not the case in a small medieval mountain fortress: Monteleone di Spoleto.
In fact, the severity of the cold and the difficulty of the local population shift has meant that spelled continued to be cultivated.
Our Spelt comes from the local spring barley population.