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Tuscany

Tuscany is the jewelled heart of Italy, a cornucopia of beauty, food and wine surrounds at every turn. The endless rolling hills dotted with cypress and olive trees, the perfectly preserved fortress villages, the food, the wine, the light, the renaissance treasures that seem to inhabit every village. They all conspire to form an indelible and seductive impression on you. One that really lasts and is hard to shake.

Tuscany is the quintessential Italian wine region, and most wine lovers have flirted with the region's most famous wine export, Chianti. Beyond that popular image though, Tuscany has been the staging point for a 'vinous renaissance' that has transformed the Italian wine industry and ushered in a new era of quality and innovation that continues to reverberate in every wine producing region in Italy. 

Sangiovese reigns supreme, forming the backbone for the most famous wines of Chianti Classico, Brunello di Montalcino and Vino Nobile di Montelpulciano; the latter two being different clones, Sangiovese Grosso. Tuscany is also home to the many famed so-called Super Tuscans, such as Sassicaia, Tignanello, Ceparello, Camartina and many more.

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Tuscany

Tuscany is the jewelled heart of Italy, a cornucopia of beauty, food and wine surrounds at every turn. The endless rolling hills dotted with cypress and olive trees, the perfectly preserved fortress villages, the food, the wine, the light, the renaissance treasures that seem to inhabit every village. They all conspire to form an indelible and seductive impression on you. One that really lasts and is hard to shake.

Tuscany is the quintessential Italian wine region, and most wine lovers have flirted with the region's most famous wine export, Chianti. Beyond that popular image though, Tuscany has been the staging point for a 'vinous renaissance' that has transformed the Italian wine industry and ushered in a new era of quality and innovation that continues to reverberate in every wine producing region in Italy. 

Sangiovese reigns supreme, forming the backbone for the most famous wines of Chianti Classico, Brunello di Montalcino and Vino Nobile di Montelpulciano; the latter two being different clones, Sangiovese Grosso. Tuscany is also home to the many famed so-called Super Tuscans, such as Sassicaia, Tignanello, Ceparello, Camartina and many more.

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