Best tuscan wines
Our guide


Tuscany has a great fortune: a very huge territory in which many vines and a geographic conformation and a climate such as to make it the land of wine par excellence are cultivated successfully.
The territories of this great region extend between the sea and the mountains; vast plains alternate between the two extremes, but above all gentle hills, where the climate is mild, never too cold in winter, never too hot in summer and with the right rainfall. It is precisely in these territories that the vine finds its ideal cradle: on the Tuscan hills the best native and world vines manage to give their best.
Let's not underestimate the great tradition and wisdom of Tuscan wine producers, who have made this agricultural activity a real art.

Creating a guide to the best wines of Tuscany is therefore a very difficult undertaking, both for the vastness of production and for the difficulty in choosing among many products with an average high quality level.
We will however list those that are the most appreciated Tuscan wines in the world, those that unquestionably best accompany the great Tuscan gastronomy - mostly red - and we are sure that even those who are not great wine connoisseurs will recognize these now historic names on the world scene.

When it comes to wine in Tuscany, one cannot fail to mention the great Brunello di Montalcino, to which we would like to support his "younger brother", Rosso di Montalcino, in importance.
Also in the Sienese area, south of Tuscany, we find the famous Vino Nobile di Montepulciano, which also has an equally commendable "little brother", Rosso di Montepulciano.
Tuscany is also undoubtedly synonymous with Chianti. And here we have to make a distinction: we have the great Chianti Classico of the area straddling the provinces of Florence and Siena and Chianti, whose production is certainly the most widespread in the whole region, in fact boasting seven subzones, which cover in total a large part of the regional territory.
To these traditional winemaking masterpieces we also add others, which are commonly called Super-tuscans and are the result of years and years of study and experimentation, both in the vineyard and in the cellar. The famous Sassicaia, Tignanello, Ornellaia and Solaia were born from the commitment of some passionate and inspired producers.
There are also names that perhaps resonate less to the general public, but which are equally noteworthy and are Morellino di Scansano, Carmignano, Pomino, along with some great Tuscan whites, perhaps underestimated, such as Vernaccia di San Gimignano.

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