Imagine a magical place, perched among the hills, old paced villages and art towns, where you could get lost and taste good wine and typical food. A dream? Tuscany is the worldwide known Italian wine region. But how to discover the best Tuscan vineyards?
The most valuable Tuscan wineries are 32, in this post we will show you all of them, strictly in alphabetical order!
1 – Altesino (Montalcino, Siena)
Altesino is an innovative point of reference for the production of Sangiovese.
2 – Argentiera (Donoratico, Livorno)
Over the coast of Alta Maremma, Tenuta Argentiera is part of the old Tenuta di Donoratico, name become worldwide famous thanks to its delicious grapes.
3 – Avignonesi (Valiano di Montepulciano, Siena)
182 hectares of organic farmed vineyards in Montepulciano.
4 – Barone Ricasoli (Gaiole in Chianti, Siena)
The oldest Italian vineyard since 1872, it is also the biggest Chianti Classico producer in Italy.
5 – Bibi Graetz Testamatta (Fiesole, Firenze)
A strongly traditional biological know-how for these Fiesole vineyards.
6 – Biondi Santi (Montalcino, Siena)
A tradition for Sangiovese that dates back to the ‘800s.
7 – Cabreo (Greve in Chianti, Siena)
Since the early 1912, their Chianti wine in straw-covered flasks is famous worldwide.
8 – Casanova di Neri (Montalcino, Siena)
Their 63 hectares of vineyards are the core of the activity of this wine maker’s family.
9 – Castellare di Castellina (Castellina in Chianti, Siena)
Always in the Siena area, this vineyard is relatively young: with only 25 years of activity, Catellina in Chianti is yet one of the best wine makers of the area.
10 – Castello Banfi (Montalcino, Siena)
2830 hectares of 2830 hectares of the Banfi Castle are an explosion of nature: vineyards , olive groves , orchards and woods to enjoy a unique atmosphere , the land of Brunello.
11 – Castello di Ama (Gaiole in Chianti, Siena)
A historic reference for the Chianti Classico production, this vineyard is since the 70’s the expression of a true love story between man and his land.
12 – Castello di Fonterutoli (Castellina in Chianti, Siena)
An original farm dated 1435, located in tranquil country village, surrounded by 650 hectares of wood, vineyards and olive groves, devoted to Chianti.
13 – Castello di Volpaia (Radda in Chianti, Siena)
The grapes of this vineyard cross all the Volpaia village, before being transformed into the delicious wine on your table.
14 – Cecchi (Castellina in Chianti, Siena)
The story of this vineyard is a beautiful family tale.
15 – Col d’Orcia (Montalcino, Siena)
Col d’Orcia, the hill on the river Orcia, which marks the border of the territory of production of Brunello di Montalcino.
16 – Fèlsina (Castelnuovo Berardenga, Siena)
Chianti Classico Berardenga, Rancia and Fontalloro are the three grapes that makes the identity of this vineyard, together with the famous Vin Santo.
17 – Fontodi (Panzano in Chianti, Firenze)
One of the best vineyard to taste Chianti Classico.
18 – Le Macchiole (Castagneto Carducci, Livorno)
A Bolgheri, on the Etruschi Coast, the land that inspired the famous poet Giosué Carducci, the vineyards go with the hills down to the sea.
19 – Marchesi de’ Frescobaldi (Firenze)
A Florentine family with thirty generations dedicated to the production of great Tuscan wines.
20 – Mastrojanni (Montalcino, Siena)
Mastrojanni is a historic estate in the Brunello vineyards.
21 – Ornellaia (Castagneto Carducci, Livorno)
A few kilometers from the sea, in summer the sea breeze caresses the vineyards and olive groves of this winery near Bolgheri.
22 – Petrolo (Mercatale V.no, Arezzo)
Fine wines and extra virgin organic olive oil IGP Toscano are produced by four generations in the beautiful Petrolo estate.
23 – San Felice (Castelnuovo Berardenga, Siena)
Chianti Classico and Brunello di Montalcino, surrounded by a place full of history, that dates back to the Etruscan Origins of this land.
24 – Siro Pacenti (Montalcino, Siena)
The Pacenti estate is born in 1970 and with its 22 hectars of Sangiovese, gives this Montalcino wine its greatest purity.
25 – Tenuta di Biserno (Bibbona, Livorno)
Part of the wild Maremma landscape has been recovered by the winemakers, to create a special land, where fine vineyards meet the wilderness.
26 – Tenuta Guado al Tasso (Antinori)
One of the most ancient Chianti Classico producers, whose winemaking dates back to the Middle Age, with some documents of 1183.
27 – Tenuta Il Poggione (Montalcino, Siena)
In the heart of Val d’Orcia, a few kilometers from Montalcino, this vineyard seems to be a place where time stood still.
29 – Tenuta San Guido (Castagneto Carducci, Livorno)
San Guido was named after San Guido della Gherardesca, who lived here during the XIII century. It’s 13 kilometers far from the sea and on its beautiful hills an Italian excellence is grown: Sassicaia.
30 – Tenuta Sette Ponti (Castiglion Fibocchi, Arezzo)
The first vineyard of this estate dates back to 1935. Since then it is considered the best Sangiovese of this land.
31 – Tenute Silvio Nardi (Montalcino, Siena)
Two estates, two slopes, West and East, and different Montalcino , fine wines due to the different ground conditions and sun exposition.
32 – Valdicava (Montalcino, Siena)
27 hectares to give birth to one of the best Sangiovese.