Tuscany is a region in central Italy that produces wines. This place is also one of the world’s most well-known producers of wine as it has a lot of different wineries. Here are the 10 most well-known wineries to visit in Tuscany.
- Castello di Vicchiomaggio
This winery is situated at a hilltop. This place provides amazing experiences as it allows visitors to stay in an ancient castle approximately 600 years old. The 33 hectares vineyard produces fine wines that reflects the soil’s oddness.
- Castello di Fonterutoli
This winery is an ancient village and estate having accommodation, wine bar and restaurant situated in the heart of Chianti Classico. The Marchesi family settled here in 1435. Agnese Mazzei designed the winery using a modern style. This is an extensive estate with varying soils and exposures. The cuvee is separated to obtain masses of wine close to its terroir essence.
This winery is a biodynamic farm that is constantly improving. Its vineyards are in Chianti and Maremma. Biodynamic agriculture is used to treat the fruits here to make high quality wines.
This place is one of the most essential places for enology in Montelpulciano. Principles of integrated agriculture are used to manage the vineyards so that they have little impact on the environment.
- Loacker Corte Pavone
This 16 hectares experiments with remedies involving homeopathy for adversity and pest treatment. Grapes at Corte Pavone are processed according to nature principles for genuine wine production.
- Poggio al Casone
This wine resort is situated in a private wine estate 25km from Pisa. The 30 hectares organic vineyards surround the ancient villa and two cottages which are apartments made for tourists interested in holiday relaxations.
- Baracchi Estate
Baracchi winery is situated in the community of Cortona. This winery cultivates some of the best grapes in this region. Guests can also relax at the Baracchi and enjoy the Michelin-star restaurant, wine resort and exclusive spa.