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    Tuscany is undoubtedly one of Italy's most important wine-growing regions thanks to its internationally renowned labels. A true jewel of world oenology, with an extraordinary variety of wines with different characteristics and a thousand-year history that is lost in the centuries.

    The typical Tuscan landscape alone tells of the area's strong wine vocation: miles and miles of beautiful rows of vines stretching across the hills of Chianti and the Etruscan Coast or immersed in the picture-postcard views of Val d'Orcia and Val di Chiana.

    This is a heritage of no less than eleven controlled and guaranteed designations of origin (DOCG), forty-one controlled designations of origin (DOC) and six typical geographical indications (IGT).

    One cannot talk about Tuscan enology-but not even world enology-without thinking of Brunello di Montalcino, Vino Nobile di Montepulciano, Chianti Classico, and Supertuscans, produced in the Bolgheri area.

    The undisputed soul of the region's red wines is Sangiovese, present in almost all DOCs. A red grape of great quality and character, but not easy to grow, giving very different results depending on the microclimate and soil where it is grown.

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