Staffolo, a hilltop village that rises 400 metres above sea level in the splendid and fertile Esino Valley, is known as the "Balcony of Vallesina" for this privileged position. The richness of the territory that surrounds it has also made it an ideal place for the production of the native Verdicchio vine, an excellence known throughout the world. In fact, Staffolo also has the appellation of 'Colle del Verdicchio' (Hill of Verdicchio): the town hosts, in some rooms in the town walls, the Museo del Vino e dell'Arte Contadina (Museum of Wine and Peasant Art), where the ancient tools that were once used to produce wine are preserved. Near the museum is the Enoteca, where a wide selection of wines can be tasted. Also dedicated to this valuable wine, the Verdicchio Festival is held every year in August, with music, meetings, exhibitions and tastings.