All Routes

  • Consorzio Vini DOP Valdichiana toscanaIn collaborazione con Regione Toscana

    The grapes destined to the production of the wines of the “Valdichiana Toscana” PDO consortium are grown in south-east Tuscany, in the area between Florence and Rome which includes some parts of the municipalities of Arezzo, Castiglion Fiorentino, Civitella in Valdichiana, Cortona, Fo...

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  • Consorzio Tutela Vini della Maremma ToscanaIn collaborazione con Regione Toscana

    The Maremma Toscana DOC wine is produced across the entire territory of the province of Grosseto, a vast area in the south of Tuscany that extends from the heights of Mount Amiata and, crossing the gentle hills of the Fiora, Albegna, and Ombrone river valleys, reaches the coast, Mount Argentario,...

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  • Mortadella di PratoIn collaborazione con Regione Toscana

    Mortadella is produced using the best meat discarded in the preparation of sausages and cold cuts.  It first began to be produced at the beginning of the twentieth century in Prato and in some areas of the province of Pistoia, by seasoning the meat with spices and liqueurs and cooking it in ...

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  • Consorzio Colline di VinciIn collaborazione con Regione Toscana

    Consorzio Colline di Vinci born on 31 March 2003 on behalf of a few farms located in the council of Vinci, that lays in between Florence and Pisa in the very heart of Tuscany. Its mission is to collectively promote and enhance agricultural high quality products from the council where&nb...

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  • Consorzio Tutela Vino MontecuccoIn collaborazione con Regione Toscana

    It is the Sangiovese of the Mount Amiata the new promise of the Tuscan wine. It is born from thegrapes grown with love and care in the 7 Communes of the controlled and guaranteeddenomination of origin, the Docg in force from September 2011 and in particular in the Communesof Arcidosso, Campagnati...

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  • Consorzio della Denominazione San GimignanoIn collaborazione con Regione Toscana

    Vernaccia di San Gimignano holds quite a number of records: it is one of Italy’s most ancient wines, whose historical origins date back to the 13th century; it is Italy’s first wine to have attained the DOC classification in 1966, upgraded to DOCG in 1993; it is the only white DOCG of...

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  • Miele della Lunigiana DOPIn collaborazione con Regione Toscana

    The honey of Lunigiana is the first italian honey to achieve the Protected Designation of Origin (PDO) from the European Union, documentation which gives maximum recognition of the specific characteristics of a product typical to its region. The territory within which the honey production is carr...

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  • Olio Extravergine di Oliva Toscano IGPIn collaborazione con Regione Toscana

    Tuscany is a perfect balance of nature and art, beauty of the land and climate. It is here that an excellent extra virgin olive oil is born, a result of an age-old tradition. The variety of the olive trees and the techniques of cultivation, harvesting of the olives at the right stage of ripeness ...

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  • Consorzio del Vino Brunello di MontalcinoIn collaborazione con Regione Toscana

    The Consortium of the Brunello of Montalcino Wine was founded in 1967, on the morn of its being branded a D.O.C. wine, as a free association between winemakers bent on safeguarding their wine and on accentuating its qualities. The Consortium safeguards controls and promotes all four denomination ...

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  • AssoCantucciniIn collaborazione con Regione Toscana

    The origins of the cantuccini date back to at least the 16th century and the name seems to come from “canto”, part of a set or from “cantellus”, Latin for “piece or slice of bread”, a salted cracker which Roman soldiers ate on their military campaigns. The bisc...

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  • Consorzio Vino Chianti ClassicoIn collaborazione con Regione Toscana

    Chianti, the area in which Chianti Classico wine has been produced for centuries, is that part of Tuscany that is bordered to the north by the suburbs of Florence, to the east by the Chianti Mountains, to the south by the city of Siena and to the west by the valleys of the Pesa and Elsa rivers. T...

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  • Consorzio Tutela Morellino di Scansano DOCGIn collaborazione con Regione Toscana

    The Morellino di Scansano wine originates in one of the most natural and uncontaminated areas of Tuscany: the southern coastal area of the region known as the Tuscan Maremma, located between the valleys of the Ombrone and Albegna Rivers, which includes the territory of the municipality of Scansan...

    clockGrosseto, Magliano, Campagnatico, Roccalbenga, Semproniano, Manciano

  • Consorzio Prosciutto Toscano DOPIn collaborazione con Regione Toscana

    It is said that a ham so flavorful must absolutely be eaten with a typical kind of Tuscan bread that is baked without salt.The production of Tuscan Ham involves following specific steps during the process of production.The thighs are cooled for a day, then trimmed. It is salted when dry with a mi...

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  • Consorzio Vino ChiantiIn collaborazione con Regione Toscana

    Chianti wine is an invention of the nature and culture of the most well-known and loved region of Italy in the world. The beauty, history, sensations and unique flavors of Tuscany are all reflected in this wine, which is one of the primary symbols of Made in Italy. The same grape varieties have e...

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  • Consorzio del Vino Orcia DOCIn collaborazione con Regione Toscana

    Orcia...great wines produced in the heart of Tuscany, a land of hills where, for a thousand years, the work of farmers has drawn a wondrous landscape. 18 cities, the Park of the Val d'Orcia UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2004, the agricultural landscape most photographed in the world. An ar...

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  • Fagiolo di Sorana IGPIn collaborazione con Regione Toscana

    The seed can present white milk enriched with slight pearly veins, or, for the old red Sorana, of reddish with darker streaks. The white irregularly shaped, small and squashed (hence the name piattellino), which differs greatly from cannellini. The red instead of more cylindrical shape and of lar...

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  • Pecorino Toscano DOPIn collaborazione con Regione Toscana

    Pecorino Toscano DOP is a cheese with a soft or semi-firm consistency, produced exclusively from full-fat ewe’s milk. The fresh cheese has a yellow to pale yellow coloured rind, and the cheese itself is yellowish and has a soft consistency. Its flavour is fragrant, characteristic, defined a...

    clockAllerona, Castiglione del Lago, Acquapendente, Onano, San Lorenzo Nuovo, Grotte di Castro, Gradoli, Valentano, Farnese, Ischia di Castro, Montefiascone, Bolsena, Capodimonte

  • Consorzio del Vino Nobile di MontepulcianoIn collaborazione con Regione Toscana

    Montepulciano and fine quality wine: an indissoluble blend with deep roots in history.
    This small area of south-east Tuscany is the birthplace of outstandingly prestigious wines. Its extraordinary wealth of artistic heritage and stunning landscape where the beauty of nature blends with the...

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  • Cinta Senese DOPIn collaborazione con Regione Toscana

    Thanks to the extensive breeding system which carries on its ancient tradition of swine farming in Tuscany, the quality of the Cinta Senese meats has permitted the breeders, organised by the Consortium of the Protection of the Cinta Senese meats, to obtain the DOP label ( protected designation of...

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  • Fashion&Tuscany

    Tuscany is one of the most specialized regions in Europe for the textile, clothing, leather and shoe industries. The historical specializations of the industries in Prato, are still today carded wool and the fibres obtained by recycling and regenerating used fabrics, although the range offered no...

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  • The Villas of Lucchesia

    For those who love to immerse themselves in nature and in the past the ideal destination is the beautiful Villa of Lucchesia. These historical villas are monumental and are often accompanied by extensive and prized gardens. At one time, these opulent and elegant countryhouses belonged to merchant...

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  • The Clay of Tuscany

    Impruneta, Montelupo Fiorentino, Sesto Fiorentino, tiny historical villages scattered over the gentle slopes of Tuscan hills. They all bear a thousand-year tradition of clay-working, which have been going on in these places since Etruscan times. Her...

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  • Silver and Gold in Tuscany

    Whether you are looking for a gift for a special anniversary or just a treat to yourself, Tuscany is definitely the right place where to find the object of your wishes. Here, working metal and precious stones is a tradition deeply rooted in the already distant past and it boasts really top-quality c...

    clockPalazzo Pitti, Ponte Vecchio, Museum "Gori & Zucchi"

  • Tuscany: Art and Design

    Whether you consider the majesty of Brunelleschi's dome, the genius of one of Leonardo's inventions, or the absolute beauty of a sculpture of Michelangelo, you cannot talk about Tuscany without referring to world's art or architecture masterpieces. He...

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  • The Taste of Tuscany

    "Pancia mia fatti capanna" ("Dear stomach, please become a hut") is a typical Italian expression which is used in front of a dish you cannot resist, a feeling you will keep on experiencing while travelling around Tuscany. Cold cuts, wines, sweets, the specialities of this land are so many that it is...

    clockAltopascio, Chianti, Montalcino, Scansano