Criteria To Buy Tuscan Wine And Things To Keep In Mind
A little about Tuscany
The most important part of central Italy is Tuscany, known for its wine region and also known for standing 6th largest in the country for producing it. It gives out diverse varieties for a selection of wines, both domestic and international, in various styles. Tuscany has a length of its type of soils, climatic conditions, expositions, and various elevations from the coastland of Tyrrhenian inland stretching towards Apennine mountains.
More than half the hills of Tuscany vineyards have the production of Sangiovese grapes. In history, this place was known for producing Chianti. According to facts, the oldest appellation in the entire region is the Chianti zone.
Best Tuscan wines
The best Tuscan wine in the region is many. But there are just a few which are favourites, which include-
• Sassicaia 2015
• Tignanello 2015
• Ornellaia 2014
• Boscarelli Il Nocio 2016
• Biondi-Santi Brunello Di Montalcino 2011
• Flaccianello Della Pieve 2006
• Fattoria Del Cerro Vino Nobile Di Montepulciano Riserva 2014
Points to keep in mind while buying
When you buy italian wine, two factors are important to see while you purchase: DOC and DOCG. These two classifiers determine that the wine is coming from a protected area, has high quality and other characteristics. Usually, DOCG is given to wines that have the best quality.
Wine is usually like water in the areas of Tuscany and is produced everywhere. And that’s right that it is much cheaper to purchase than the other parts of the world. So you should only spend around 5-10 pounds on a bottle of good wine or even less than 5 pounds.