The Best Wineries in Tuscany

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Wineries in Tuscany2021-03-08T20:53:06+00:00

Explore the Best Wineries in Tuscany

Tuscany is located in central Italy and is one of the most beautiful and famous regions of the country. Florence is a city that everybody should visit at least once in a lifetime! Tuscany is known for being a great wine region and for producing some of the finest wines in the world. Chianti, Scansano, Maremma and Montalcino are only a few of the famous appellations of the region. Wineries in Tuscany are excited to welcome visitors for wine tastings and tour so as to share their wines and winemaking history. You will find many wineries near cities like Florence and Siena, and the possibilities to have a wonderful experience are endless. 

Are you searching for tips or advice on wineries and vineyards to visit during your holiday to Tuscany?
We have provided a list of wineries in Tuscany open for visitors with direct booking options through our website. At, we are available to answer any questions and help guide you towards the best fit when planning your wine region experience in Tuscany. We hope you will discover what makes the region special and enjoy your exploration of unforgettable Tuscany!

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Browse through the best selection of outstanding wineries

Create moments in the houses of Alussinante, architectured in the 1900s design.

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Sp28 Di Mensano Km 6,6, Casole D'elsa, Siena, 53031, Italy

The incredible charm of the 17th-century villa that stands regally on the hills of Argiano.

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S. Angelo In Colle, Montalcino, Siena, Tuscany, 53024, Italy

The wine history of Malenchini family at the Medici villa of Liliano

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Via Lilliano E Meoli 82, Bagno A Ripoli, Firenze, 50012, Italy

A winery committed to produce quality wines in Tuscany

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Via Santa Maddalena, loc.Sant'Uberto, 57122 Castagneto CarducciLI, Bolgheri LI, Italien

Producing luscious red wines in the ancient castle of the 13th century.

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Via D'ingresso 2, Montalcino, Siena, 53024, Italy

The winery established in the historical estate built in 1500

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Via Della Piazza Montenero D'orcia, Castel Del Piano, Grosseto., 58033, Italy

The home of biodiversity in Italian wine making

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Via Santa Brigida 9, Pontassieve, 50065, Italy

Discover the land of Erik Banti that has been producing wines since the time of Napolean.

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Localita' Fosso Dei Molini, Scansano, GR 58054, 58054 Scansano GR, Italy

An estate with a beautiful winery and also so much more

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Winery, Cellar and Farm Fattoria Santa Vittoria, Via Piana, Pozzo della Chiana, Arezzo, Italia

Explore the park of 400 hectares where the estate sits, in the Tuscany region.

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Fattoria Varramista S.P.A., Via Ricavo Varramista, 56020 Montopoli in Val D'arno, PI, Italy

Named after an Arch dating from 1500/1600, the winery has unique traditional importance.

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Via Profonda, 36/44 - Loc. San Donato In Greti, Vinci, Fierenze, 50059, Italy

Meet the most ancient Florentine family making wines since the 1500s.

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Via Dello Stracchino, 32, Pontassieve, Tuscany, 50065, Italy

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Everything you need to know about wineries in Tuscany

The ideal time to visit wineries in Tuscany is from mid-September through early October. The time is perfect as days are more warm but not excessively hot and nights are cooler.

Fall is the harvesting season for both wine grapes and olives, and visiting wineries in Tuscany during this unique period will give you the chance to witness the beginning of the production of wine and olive oil. 

Wineries in Tuscany are an amazing mix of history and innovation. In Tuscany you will find:

  • Organic wineries
  • Historical wineries located in beautiful landscapes
  • Wineries combining traditional and modern techniques
  • Family-owned wineries
  • Award winning wineries
  • Wineries producing premium olive oil

Discover more about wineries in Tuscany by browsing our list of partners.

Wineries in Tuscany are some of the most advanced and organised in Italy. They all offer a wide range of facilities that will make your visit special and unforgettable.

Almost all wineries in Tuscany have a reduced mobility access in order to welcome everybody. If you want to visit a winery in Tuscany with your dog, you can access most of the structures and take your pet along with you on the tour. Kids are welcomed too and a lot of wineries offer specific activities for children. Groups travelling on a bus can easily get to wineries in Tuscany and can use the parking spaces dedicated to busses.

Differently from other Italian wine regions, a huge number of wineries in Tuscany have accommodation services and a restaurant. Don’t miss the opportunity to have dinner or even spend a night surrounded by the dreamy Tuscan landscape.

Many wineries in Tuscany have cellar door sales and you can take your favourite wine at home with you.

Vineyards of wineries in Tuscany are cultivated with premium quality grapes. The most popular grapes used to make the best Tuscan wines are:

  • Sangiovese
  • Merlot
  • Cabernet Sauvignon
  • Cabernet Franc

Wineries from Tuscany mainly produce red wines and these grapes are used to produce the world-famous Sangiovese, Chianti Classico and Brunello di Montalcino. These are the classic Tuscan reds that from the 1970s are sided by Super Tuscans, such as Sassicaia. Super Tuscans are produced using international renowned grapes and have gained prominence around the world.

Here are some useful language tips that might help you during your visit in wineries in Tuscany:

  • Wine = Vino
  • Winery = Cantina
  • Vineyard = Vigneto
  • Vine = Vigna
  • Red Wine = Vino Rosso
  • White Wine = Vino Bianco
  • Prosecco is always Prosecco!
  • Wine Route = Strada del Vino
  • Wine Tasting = Degustazioni di Vino
  • Cheers! = Cin Cin! or Salute!

If you want to start learning Italian, Tuscany might be the best place to start. The current modern Italian is said to have originated from the Tuscan Dialect thanks to Dante Alighieri. Did you know about this?

Top 10 Q&As About Wineries in Tuscany

A selection of the most frequently asked questions about Wineries in Tuscany

Most of the wineries in Tuscany are located in the wine regions in the countryside. The best way to prepare a visit to a winery in Tuscany is to book your visit in advance on our website.

These wineries in Tuscany are open to the public with booking in advance:

Use our interactive Tuscany wine region wineries map to browse wineries near Florence, Siena and Lucca.