Located in the south of Termeno, Rochi extends on a slope covered by vineyards.
If you walk from the centre of Termeno towards Cortaccia, you cross a hilly landscape covered by vineyards, before you reach the locality of Ronchi. Its small but mighty church dedicated to St. Joseph, was constructed around the year 1900.
Ronchi is reachable via a narrow road from Termeno and Cortaccia or from the Wine Road via an access road in the south of Termeno. In 1880, underneath the village, a menhir was found, which testifies that the area round Termeno was already settled in the Neolithic Age.
Located at 318 m a.s.l., Ronchi has got some 140 inhabitants and has its own fire brigade, like it is usual in almost all South Tyrolean villages. Underneath the village on the Wine Road, there is the S. Valentino church with its late-Roman steeple and respective cemetery. Situated only a short walk from Termeno, Ronchi provides tranquillity and a great view on the landscape characterised by vineyards, down on Termeno and the Bassa Atesina.