Tuscany, a small region in central Italy apart from being a famous tourist spot, is also known for its artistic history and culture, museums and art galleries. Moreover, it is also known for producing the best tuscan wine and is appreciated worldwide. It is home for some of the most famous wines such as Chianti, Vino Nobile di Montepulciano, Brunello di Montalcino, Morellino di Scansano and is highly renowned for their excellent flavor.
What is so special about Tuscan wine
Over the years, Tuscany has managed to earn 3rd rank for the production of DOC/G wines after Piedmont and Veneto. Although Tuscany is Italy’s third most highly planted region, it ranks on number 8 for volume or production. This happens due to the reason that the soil of Tuscany is less fertile and nutritious, and the cultivators put significant emphasis on the quality rather than the quality of yield.
The first sip of the bestTuscanwine alone boasts and brags about the organic agriculture of the country and how it plays an important role in delivering unique taste and flavors.
Organic grapes for the best wine
It is quite surprising to know that there is a variety of grapes being produced organically and used for winemaking in Tuscany. Starting from the very famous Sangiovese that is also called Tuscany’s signature grapes followed by the white grapes Trebbiano and Vernaccia di San Gimignano. The other varieties of grapes produced are Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon that is originally French.
Having different varieties of grapes also enable the wine-makers of the region to play and create a new unique blend or to stick with the classics. Most importantly, it is almost impossible to find bad or cheap Tuscan wines as they are the most beautiful thing ever.