The Maremma Tuscany. From hills to the sea, an unspoilt landscape.
The Consorzio Tutela Vini della Maremma Toscana (Consortium for the protection of Maremma Toscana wines) is an association of wine grape growers, winemakers and wine bottlers. It was established in 2014 to protect and promote the quality of Maremma Toscana DOC wines pursuant to the provisions set forth in the production regulations, protect the brand, and assist members with regard to applicable industry regulations. The Consortium is committed to promoting the Maremma Toscana – in Italy and abroad – and highlighting the value and diversity of its territory from an oenological as well as a touristic, agricultural, historical and cultural standpoint, which also characterize the quality of wines offered by this area.
A variegated terroir suited to the cultivation of native and international vines.
The Tuscan Maremma: land, sea, nature and history. The gentle hills of the interior design a typically Tuscan landscape, suited to the cultivation of vines and olives, rising northwest towards the Metalliferous Hills and northeast towards Mount Amiata, a volcano that has been extinct for centuries.
On the foothills of the Volsini Mountains, east of the Fiora river, in the Pitigliano and Sorano area, there are hills and plateaus characterized by volcanic soils and typical villages perched on the tuff.
The Argentario promontory and Giglio Island offer breathtaking views, where the limited but precious viticulture present on the terraces overlooking the sea contributes greatly to the beauty of the environment.
Native vines – Ciliegiolo, Canaiolo nero, Alicante, Sangiovese, Pugnitello, Aleatico, Vermentino, Trebbiano, Ansonica, Malvasia, Grechetto – and international varieties like Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet franc, Merlot, Syrah, Viognier, Sauvignon, Chardonnay, Petit Verdot