Tuscany Wine

To consider modern day Tuscan wine, one should give props to the Etruscans, who inhabited this central Italian region starting in the 6th century BC. Tuscany is a land of abundant sunshine, rolling green hills, spring water, a spectacular breezy coast and rich soils. If you’re going to set up a civilization, this is a pretty terrific place to do it. Especially if you have a bunch of gods that need worshipping with the heavy consumption of wine. 

But around the 4th century BC, the Etruscans left this beautiful landscape, for all intents and purposes absorbed into the Roman culture. Their civilization, the villages and agriculture they set up, was left to the elements and the vineyards dried up. Through the centuries, people returned to the region. But it spent a lot of time under dispute by various factions such as the Pisans, Sienese and Florentines. It was a dangerous place to live, what with all the hidden marauders and mosquito-ridden swamps, though many of the grapes planted Read more »

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Bob Fyke

Brunello, and other Tuscan reds, are home base for me. I enjoy wines from many other regions as well, and love to organize,and participate in, wine themed dinners in NYC. Twitter @brunellobob Visit my blog at Brunellobob.blogspot.com

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Varietals Produced in Tuscany View all

  • Sangiovese

    Prounounced “San-joh-vay-say,” this Italian wine varietal is Tuscany’s #1 red wine grape. It’s the pistol of Central ...

  • Cabernet Sauvignon

    “King of the Red Wine Grapes.” The colonizer of the vineyards, pushing native wine grapes into its shadows. The Caber...

  • Merlot

    The Occitanian word “merlot” translates to “young blackbird.” An accurate description for this popular, early-budding...

  • Chardonnay

    British wine writer and critic, Jancis Robinson, once noted that throughout the 80’s and 90’s in the United States, C...

  • Vermentino

    History of the grape: Little concrete history is known about Vermentino except that it has recently been identified a...

Subregions of Tuscany

  • Brunello Di Montalcino

    Brunello di Montalcino D.O.C.G. is one of the most prestigious wines in Italy. D.O.C.G. stands...

  • Chianti

      Chianti is perhaps Italy’s most popular wine, and in recent years has come to evoke images...

  • Montepulciano

      Montepulciano is a region and grand Medieval town in Tuscany in central Italy. This is whe...

  • Morellino Di Scansano

      Morellino di Scansano is a region on the Maremma coast in Tuscany, Italy. The wine is prod...

  • San Gimignano

    Vernaccia di San Gimignano is a Central Tuscan white, and was the first Italian wine to receive D...

  • Vino Nobile Di Montepulciano

    Vino Nobile de Montepulciano is a wine produced in or around the town of Montepulciano in Tusca...

Popular Wineries in Tuscany View all

  • Fattoria La Lecciaia

    La Lecciaia acquistata da Mauro Pacini nel 1983, trasformata e dotata delle più avanzate tecniche...

  • Riecine

    Located in the heart of Tuscany, in the small community of Gaiole in Chianti, Riecine takes its p...

  • Casanova di Neri

    The "Fiesole" vineyard is situated opposite the farmhouse of the same name where we have our offi...

  • Fattoria Il Poggio

    The history of the farm “Il Poggio” is nearly as ancient as its land, which has always rewarded m...

  • Machiavelli

    Country: Italy Wine region: Tuscany Address: Loc. Sant'andrea In Percussina , San Casciano In Va...

  • Principe Corsini

    Believing in the future, working hard and even risking when the market requires resourcefulness: ...

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Tuscany on Snooth

  • As old and fabled of a pairing as bacon and eggs or Adam and Eve, Barbera and ... say in Bologna, Sicily, or Tuscany, you can be sure that they are often on the table together. This is when the magic happens.Now, just like with other grapes like Cabernet Sauvignon or Chardonnay, there are many ways to make the wine called Barbera. Some express... Read More

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  • Viticcio Chianti Classico 2004


    gone through a case now, mostly with meat sauce linguini, a great pair for this. It's a heavy wine with very ripe fruit, my seller has it for US$14, a total steal at that price Read More

    Wine review by d3ckard

  • Gaja Magari Ca Marcanda Estate 2005


    Insanely delicious for $35 tastes like a much more expensive wine, very well structured and a long ride from start to finish, it's barolo like at the end where some chocolate, toboacco and minerally things show up. A luscious ripe fruit nose, the long middle is very fruity Read More

    Wine review by d3ckard

  • Fugnano Vernaccia di San Gimignano 2005


    Fro people who say they don't like white wines, it is because they have not tasted a truly exceptional and wonderfully refreshing white wine. A wine that could easily replace Chardonnay because of its softness, flavors, and exciting differences, this is destined to become a choice wine especially as people discover the excellence of whites. P... Read More

    Wine review by Guglielmo

  • Le Macchiole Supertuscan Blend Bolgheri Rosso 2000


    No written review

    Wine review by peplo

  • Le Macchiole Supertuscan Blend Bolgheri Rosso 2000


    Garnet red, with ryby hues. Juicy and vibrant in the mouth, this 80% Sangiovese, 10% Cabernet Sauvignon and 10% Merlot offers juicy notes of ripe blackberries and dried plums. Long and spicy on the finish, with notes of tobacco, tar, and mint going on for minutes. Extra fine yet tight tannins for this quintessential Super Tuscan. Read More

    Wine review by peplo

  • Le Macchiole Syrah Toscana IGT Scrio 2000


    Textbook Syrah flavors of raspberry and boysenberry, light earth, with a hint of white pepper and cinnamon. Full-bodied, with superfine tannins and grea juiciness.Extralong, spicy finish. A WOW Tuscan Syrah. Read More

    Wine review by peplo

  • Castello Banfi Summus Super Tuscan 2004


    Licorice nose, good acidty makes this a food friendly wine. Some dusty tannins, but decent fruits too. Very dry overall, but balanced. Acidic finish Read More

    Wine review by 1Philip James 1 Philip James

  • Chianti Classico Castello di Querceto Red Italy Tuscany 2004


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    Wine review by Dionysus

  • Poggio San Polo Brunello di Montalcino 2000


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    Wine review by apiscazzi

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