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With vineyards originally planted by the Etruscans almost 3,000 years ago and with a number of producers having already celebrated a 500th anniversary, Tuscany can rightly claim to be the birthplace of European viticulture.

Tuscany’s strongest suit is Sangiovese, a potentially tannic and acidic grape that, through low yields and good site selection, can be coaxed into producing reds whose concentration and longevity rival the best of the Rhône.  As usual, our estates reflect tradition rather than fashion but those distinctions are now losing their relevance as producers increasingly adapt technology to blend old and new.  

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Wine Estates in Toscana

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