Pandolfa is a wine estate rich in history. The name is believed to be derived from Pandolfo Malatesta, the Lod of Fano, who headquartered here with his troops before plundering the castle of Fiumana in 1436.

Pandolfa winery has 30 hectares planted with vineyards, rising at 80 to 250 metres above sea level and growing in clay soils, which range in colour and complexity from grey-brown to ochre. The vineyards are planted mostly with Sangiovese grapes, based on a classic and well-tended cultivation model, the fruit of this land's centuries-old winegrowing tradition. The winery is increasingly committed to environmental sustainability converting to organic farming in August 2018.