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The Casella Muzighin Agricultural Company is located in one of the most beautiful areas within the territory of the municipality of Urbania, known as Orsaiola. The location is situated inside a lateral valley of the Metauro River, winding up the slopes of Mount Montiego. The 5.5-hectare estate was purchased in 1980 by Serafino and Serena Pizzoni, who desired a countryside home. The estate already had some rows of grapes with ancient varieties. From retirees, they became passionate farmers. This continued until 2003 when one of their sons, Oberdan, wanted to carry on this legacy, particularly the tradition of sour cherry wine, establishing the current company. Today, the estate is divided into a vineyard (0.75 hectares), a truffle grove, a sour cherry orchard, a plantation of valuable timber trees, and a deciduous forest. After over ten years of intense dedication, the productions have diversified, with a particular increase in sour cherry wine production, which is the main product, as well as the initiation of passito di aleatico production, jams, and sour cherry distillate.


The Azienda Agricola Casella Muzighin is located in one of the most beautiful areas of the territory of the municipality of Urbania, called Orsaiola. The locality is situated within a lateral valley of the Metauro River that winds up the slopes of Mount Montiego. In this family-run farm, sour cherry wine is traditionally produced for domestic consumption and as a gift for guests.


Montefeltro is a region in central Italy located within the province of Pesaro and Urbino, in the Marche region. Historical Montefeltro is associated with the Duchy of Urbino and its ruler, Duke Federico II. Urbino, the capital of the duchy, is one of the most important cities of the Italian Renaissance and preserves unique historical landmarks, so much so that it is recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. Here, Raphael Sanzio was born, and the most prominent figures who shaped European history between the 14th and 16th centuries have passed through.

Fifteen kilometers from Urbino, nestled in a bend of the Metauro River, you’ll find the town of Urbania, a name attributed to the ancient Casteldurante after 1430 by the lords of Urbino, who chose it as their summer residence. Urbania retains an urban structure and monuments of great value, including the Ducal Palace and the Barco, the ducal hunting reserve. Notable is the town’s rich tradition in the art of ceramics, prominent in the 15th and 16th centuries, and later revived to new fame in recent times.


Cherry Wine “Il Serafino” A beverage with unique characteristics. Aromatic and original. It pairs well with various desserts, chocolate-based sweets, and medium-intensity chocolate. You can enjoy it with dry sweets, pound cake, or chocolate cake, adding an aromatic touch to cream ice cream or yogurt, enhancing their flavors. A consistent pairing is with aged cheeses, such as 32-month Parmigiano Reggiano. We recommend a serving temperature of 14-18 °C.


Its position as a hinge between Romagna and the Marche regions makes our cuisine a continuous blend of recipes from the north and central Italy without giving up our own uniqueness, which emphasizes the simplicity of peasant life in pasta dishes and the preparation of both pork and beef meats, not to mention rabbit-based dishes. One of the most renowned dishes is the Marchigiana Beef Carpaccio with white truffle. The recipe is very simple, but the secret lies in the choice of ingredients, which include lean beef using fillet, lemon, salt, extra virgin olive oil, and, of course, the white truffle from Acqualagna, one of the products that elevate our region.