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The Wine Routes

The Tuscany Region boasts a wine tradition consolidated over time, given by the strong passion and great experience in the sector. Wine represents a real economic reality for Tuscany, so much so that it becomes a philosophy, a way of life, a wealth to be shared with the passionate and responsible tourist.

In the Tuscan territory there are no less than 19 recognized Wine Roads: 16 concern wine itineraries, while 3 are Strade dei Sapori which enhance the typical regional products.

Medicea Road of Wines of Carmignano

Chianti Colli Fiorentini Wine Route

Strada dei Vini Chianti Rùfina and Pomino

Wine Route of the Colli di Candia and Lunigiana

Colli di Maremma Wine Route

Wine and Oil Road Lucca and Montecarlo

Pisan hills wine route

Wine Route of the Etruscan Coast

Montalbano oil and wine road

Montecucco Wine Route

Monteregio di Massa Marittima wine route

Montespertoli Wine Route

Strada del Vino Nobile di Montepulciano

Terre di Arezzo Wine Route

Vernaccia di San Gimignano wine route

Orcia Wine Route

Monaco Red Wine
Monaco Red Wine

Medicean Wine Road of Carmignano

Carmignano is located in the heart of Tuscany, surrounded by olive trees and woods in a Renaissance setting.
From the Etruscans to today, this area of Tuscany is historically famous for the cultivation of vines.

Wine denominations :

DOCG and DOC


Wines :

Carmignano DOCG

Barco reale DOC

Rosé of Carmignano DOC

Vin Santo di Carmignano DOC


Events :

“Divini Profumi” event, 25 and 26 May - Artimini

“Cantine Aperte”, May 28th - Carmignano

“Goblets under the Stars”, 10th August - Carmignano, Rocca

Chianti Colli Fiorentini Wine Route

Characterized by an area rich in history and tradition that marries the artistic culture of Florence, the world capital of the Renaissance.
This Wine Route is made up of as many as 15 Municipalities, located in the area of the Florentine Hills, enriched by uncontaminated nature that meets with the centuries-old work of man giving rise to long stretches of vineyards and olive groves.

Wine denominations :

DOCG and IGT from Sangiovese, Cabernet, Sauvignon, Canaiolo nero vines

Wines :

White from Empoli
Vin Santo dell 'Empolese
Hills of Central Etruria
Pomino

Itineraries :

Scandicci, Lastra a Signa, Montelupo Fiorentino: Vineyards, hills and various kinds of handicrafts are the main attractions of this area.

Florence, Certosa di Galluzzo, Impruneta, Bagno a Ripoli, Fiesole: A road full of charm, vineyards, history and monuments.

San Casciano, Certaldo, Tavernelle Val di Pesa, Barberino Val d 'Elsa, Montespertoli: the sweetness of the Florentine hills, the historical, artistic and literary roots of the medieval villages will accompany you

Rignano sull 'Arno, San Donato, Figline, Incisa Valdarno, Reggello, Vallombrosa Abbey: A road that allows you to enjoy the beauty of the Arno valley, rich in typical agricultural products and crafts.

Strada dei Vini Chianti Rùfina and Pomino

It is the smallest area of Chianti. The territory is characterized by high hills and a more rigid climate than the other Tuscan wine-growing areas. You can admire the castles and medieval villages, historic gardens and farm roads, all surrounded by splendid vines.

Wine denominations :

DOCG and DOC


Wines :

Chianti Rùfina DOCG

Vin Santo DOC



Itineraries :

Pontassieve, Rùfina, Londa, Pelago, Dicomano

Wine Route of the Colli di Candia and Lunigiana

It is located in the northernmost part of Tuscany, in the Province of Massa-Carrara, at the foot of the Apuan Alps. Here the Lunigiana extends, a land rich in medieval history and traditions. The territory characterized by long sandy stretches of the coast and the Apuan peaks, make this place suitable for all types of tourism.

Wine denominations :

DOC and IGT


Wines :

Candia dei Colli Apuani DOC

Colli di Luni DOC

Val di Magra IGT

Tuscany IGT


Itineraries :

Montagnoso, Massa, Carrara, Fosdinovo, Pontremoli

Colli di Maremma Wine Route

A wine route that evokes distant memories, keeper of six DOC wines, will lead you to the discovery of ancient realities immersed in the heart of the Maremma, you will appreciate the local traditions and the scents of Maremma wines.

Wine denominations :

DOC


Wines :

Ansonica Costa dell 'Argentario DOC

White from Pitigliano

Capalbio DOC

Morellino di Scansano DOC

Parrina DOC

Sovana DOC


Itineraries :

Capalbio, Orbetello, Monte Argentario, Giglio Island, Grosseto, Scansano, Magliano in Toscana, Manciano, Pitigliano, Sorano, Semproniano, Roccalbegna, Campagnatico.

Wine and Oil Road Lucca and Montecarlo

It constitutes an alternative tourist itinerary, aimed at enhancing the DOC wines and DOP oil of the Lucca area. An area sprinkled with accommodation and tourist facilities with the aim of spreading through specific itineraries on the theme of wine, a new way of doing tourism, projected towards local artisan realities.

Wine denominations :

DOC


Wines :

Colline Lucchesi DOC

Montecarlo DOC

Itineraries :

Lucca, Pieve Santo Stefano, S. Gennaro, Montecarlo, Porcari, Altopascio.

Pisan hills wine route

This Wine Road is located near Pisa, an easily accessible area surrounded by a rural area. The plains alternate with the hills rich in vegetation typical of the region. The route winds through small peasant realities and tiny villages where you can let yourself be tempted by the typical local food and wine specialties.

Itineraries :

San Miniato, Palaia, La Rotta, Piccioli

Lajatico, Terricola, Lari

Cenaia, Crespina, Faglia, Lorenzana, Cascina Terme, Chianti.

Wine Route of the Etruscan Coast

The territory where this Strada dei Vini winds is made up of the coastal strip of the province of Livorno and the Island of Elba.

Wine denominations :

DOC


Wines :

Bolgheri DOC

Montescudaio DOC

Val di Cornia DOC

Elba DOC


Itineraries :

Montescudaio, Guardistallo, Casale Marittimo, Montecatini Val di Cecina, Bolgheri, Bibbona, Castagneto Calducci.

Montalbano oil and wine road

In a landscape characterized by woods, vineyards and olive groves, this road of oil and wine rises here: the first to be recognized by the Region with an extension to oil and typical DOP and IGP products and organic products.
An enchanted landscape will guide you from the landscape architectures of the Padule di Fucecchio and Barco Reale nature reserves to the spa resorts of Monsummano.

Wine denominations :

DOC and DOCG


Wines :

Chianti Montalbano DOCG

White of Valdinievole DOC

Vin Santo from Valdinievole

White Empolese DOC

Carmignano DOC

Vin Ruspo DOC

Barco Reale DOC

Vin Santo di Carmignano DOC

Itineraries :

Vinci, Capraia, Limite, Cerreto Guidi, Larciano, Monsummano, Serravalle Pistoiese, Quarrata, Lamporecchio, Carmignano.

Montecucco Wine Route

The Montecucco wine route, between the Maremma and the Amiata, crosses and unites eight municipalities in a territory made up of hills, mountains and plains. A territory that offers different ancient flavors in a landscape rich in vines in a remote and peasant climate

Wine denominations :

DOC


Wines :

Montecucco DOC

Itineraries :

Campagnatico, Monteantico, Pari, Cinigiano, Arcidosso, Castel del Piano, Roccalbegna, Montenero, Segginao.

Monteregio di Massa Marittima wine route

This particular Wine Route winds its way through the hills of the Alta Maremma Grossetana, a landscape that summarizes all the characteristics of Tuscany: rugged, wild, rich in history and culture. It is in this very particular environment that over the years a unique food and wine tourism has developed throughout the region, with the participation of thousands of tourists throughout the year.

Wine denominations :

DOC


Wines :

Reserve red

New

White

Vermentino

Rosé

Holy wine

Vin Santo Occhio di Partridge

Itineraries :

Massa Marittima, Monterotondo Marittimo, Follonica, Castiglione della Pescaia, Gavorrano, Scarlino, Roccastrada.

Montespertoli Wine Route

Montespertoli is located near Florence, in an equidistant position from Pisa, Siena, Volterra and San Gimignano. The territory is characterized by large hills and ridges, where there are long stretches of vineyards, olive groves and woods that enclose small medieval villages and ancient castles.

Wine denominations :

DOCG


Wines :

Chianti Montespertoli DOCG

Chianti Colli Fiorentini DOCG

Holy wine

New

Itineraries :

S. Donato in Livizzano, Ortimino, Lungagnana, S. Giusto in Monte Albino, Lucardo, Gigliola, Montespertoli, Bacchiano.

Strada del Vino Nobile di Montepulciano

Defined as a pearl of the 16th century, Montepulciano is a small town located between the Orcia and the main canal of the Chiana, where ancient remains are found such as: the Temple of San Biagio, the municipal palace of Michelozzo, the palace of the Capitano del Popolo del Sangallo and the Duomo.

Wine denominations :

DOCG


Wines :

Nobile DOCG wine

Montepulciano red wine

Itineraries :

Montepulciano, Cervognano, Gracciano, Valiano.

Terre di Arezzo Wine Route

A 200-kilometer path that winds through cellars and refreshment points crossing the Tuscan countryside, among vines, hills, olive trees.

Wine denominations :

DOCG and DOC

Wines :

Chianti Colli Aretini DOCG

Vin Santo dei Colli Aretini Occhio di Pernice DOC

Valdichiana DOC

Cortona DOC

Pietraviva DOC

Vernaccia di San Gimignano wine route

San Gimignano, located on the northern side of the hills that descend the Val d'Elsa, is home to this renowned Association of the Vernaccia Di San Gimignano Wine Route, which brings together about sector operators from the agricultural and tourism world: wineries, farmhouses, restaurants, wine bars and more.
Immersed in a typically medieval climate, you can taste the flavors of this wonderful land surrounded by the scents of the vineyards that surround the San Gimignano area.

Wine denominations :

DOCG, DOC and IGT


Wines :

Vernaccia di San Gimignano

Chianti Colli Senesi DOCG

San Gimignano Rosso DOC

Tuscan IGT

Orcia Wine Route

Located in a varied landscape of Tuscany, characterized by a valley surrounded by sunny vineyards, lush olive groves and soft hills, this valley so rich in culture and scenic beauty has recently been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
You will find generous nature and small medieval villages that embrace castles, abbeys and churches watched over by cypresses.

Wine denominations :

DOC

Wines :

Orcia DOC

Holy wine

New