The Territory

Land of suspended places, a small summary of the wonders of Italy

The province of Pesaro and Urbino boasts an extremely rich and versatile landscape: small villages and cities of art, maritime life and mountain traditions. Our vineyards extend from the coastal hills dominated by castles, such as the famous one in Gradara, which crown the cities of Pesaro and Fano, to those inland that surround the splendid Urbino.
Harmonious countryside that rise from the fertile valleys to cover the hills dominated by fortresses and fortified towns, some still almost intact in their medieval aspect.

In these border lands between Marche and Romagna, different traditions met and were able to merge, even in terms of typical food. The fish soup, passatelli, strozzapreti, Rossini cannelloni, beans with pork rinds, cuttlefish with peas, garagoli (sea snails flavored with aromatic herbs), piadina, Casciotta di Urbino, are just some of the local specialties with which our wines go very well.

Parco San Bartolo

One of the twelve natural parks and reserves of the Marche, with its living cliff overlooking the sea, is a rare sight in the whole Adriatic.


The ancient Roman Pisaurum, of which several testimonies are preserved, in the Renaissance was one of the headquarters of the Della Rovere power. Birthplace of the composer Gioachino Rossini, it hosts the Rossini Opera Festival every year.


One of the leading seaside resorts in the Marche due to its tourist offer, Fano is a city to be discovered. From the Roman remains, such as the walls of the 1st century AD and the Arch of Augustus, symbol of the city, to the splendid fifteenth-century Malatesta Fortress.


Elected Borgo dei borghi 2018, orange flag TCI, Gradara castle is a small medieval jewel between Romagna and Marche, famous for having framed the love story of Paolo and Francesca immortalized by Dante in the Divine Comedy.


Entering the World Heritage List in 1998, Urbino is one of the symbols of the Marche and Italy in the world. Birthplace of Raffaello Sanzio, the Ducal Palace has been called "The most beautiful building of all the Renaissance".


In this small town the only gilded bronze statuary group of the Roman age has survived. It was found by chance in the hamlet of Cartoceto in 1946. The statues have been dated to the late Republican period and this certainly represents one of the most archaeological discoveries important of the last 50 years.

Riserva Naturale Del Furlo

This splendid limestone gorge deeply engraved by the Candigliano stream, the Gola del Furlo tells a story of over 200 million years. The emperor Vespasian built a tunnel at the narrowest point, called "petra pertusa" or "forulum" (small hole), from which "Furlo", which is still accessible today.