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Tuscany is undoubtedly one of the most important Italian wine regions thanks to its famous internationally renowned labels. A real jewel of world enology, with an extraordinary variety of wines with different characteristics and a millenary history that is lost over the centuries.
The typical Tuscan landscape alone tells of the strong wine-growing vocation of the area: kilometers and kilometers of splendid rows that stretch over the hills of Chianti and the Etruscan Coast or immersed in postcard views of the Val d’Orcia and Val di Chiana.
It is a heritage of eleven denominations of controlled and guaranteed origin (DOCG), forty-one denominations of controlled origin (DOC) and six typical geographical indications (IGT).
We cannot talk about Tuscan enology – but not even world-wide – without thinking of Brunello di Montalcino, Vino Nobile di Montepulciano, Chianti Classico and Supertuscan, produced in the Bolgheri area.
The undisputed soul of the region’s red wines is Sangiovese, present in almost all DOC wines. A red grape of great quality and character, but not easy to cultivate, which gives very different results depending on the microclimate and the soil where it is grown.