In this name, in this hazy image, we can make out a winery in ferment, an open place, born to pursue quality in all its facets, welcoming and benefitting from the areas rich heritage.
Crespaia is situated at Prelato, the historic residence of the former Lord and
custodian of the land. It is located 4 km from the sea at an altitude of 150 m; this close proximity to the Adriatic Sea is a principal characteristic of our wines that can be sensed on the nose and on the palate. Gentle sea breezes blow inland and wrap around the hillside, refreshing the vineyards and reducing humidity.
Crespaia is located in the province of Pesaro-Urbino, a place of great importance in Italian history. The territory of Urbino, although having taken on various denominations over the centuries, has always represented a center of exchange and economic, cultural and political growth, a platform for the development of some of the greatest kingdoms in history.
Fano, an important coastal city founded by the Romans, also known as Fanum Fortunae. This name refers to the "Temple of Fortune", built as a testimony to the historic battle of the Metauro, fought between the Romans and the Carthaginians, where Roman troops beat the invading Carthaginian army lead by Hasdrubal, on the banks of the Metauro River around 207 BC.