Maremma Toscana DOC
|The area of production of the DOC wines of Tuscan Maremma is located in the southern part of the Toscana region and covers the whole province of Grosseto, one of the largest Italian provinces. The rolling hills of the inner land outline a typical Tuscan landscape, where grapefruit and olives are grown, raising north wes...|
Maremma Toscana DOC
|The area of production of the DOC wines of Tuscan Maremma is located in the southern part of the Toscana region and covers the whole province of Grosseto, one of the largest Italian provinces. The rolling hills of the inner land outline a typical Tuscan landscape, where grapefruit and olives are grown, raising north west towards the Metallifere Hills, and north east towards the Amiata Mount, a volcano now dormant for centuries. On the offshoots of the Volsini Mounts, east of the Fiora river, lie hills and plateaus characterized by volcanic soils and typical small villages perched on the tuff rocks. The coastline, with its vast pine forests and areas of extraordinary naturalistic importance, makes the completion of the Maremma landscape.|
A land waiting to be discovered, in some areas still uncontaminated, rich in history and culture, between hills and sea.
A land devoted, with the ancient knowledge and talent of its people, to vine growing and wine production since the time of the Etruscans.
This is the Tuscan Maremma.
|An area with a great variety of climatic, pedological and morphological characteristics, which characterize and make unique the wines produced on these lands: volcanic soils east of river Fiora, in the Pitigliano and Sorano districts; mainly marl and marl-pelite rock formations on the hills between rivers Fiora and Ombrone; clayish and clay-loam soils in the upper Maremma, on the low hills of the coastal areas and on the alluvial plain.|
These are but a few examples that represent the variety of the Maremman terroir: no other territory in Tuscany can offer such a wide choice of wines as the Tuscan Maremma, with indigenous vine varieties (like Ciliegiolo, Canaiolo nero, Alicante, Sangiovese, Vermentino, Trebbiano, Ansonica, Malvasia, Grechetto, Pugnitello, Aleatico) and international ones (Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Merlot, Syrah, Viognier, Sauvignon, Chardonnay, Petit Verdot).
So, the Tuscan Maremma is not just Sangiovese, as growing just one vine variety is the case for many regional wine-producing districts. The Sangiovese vineyards represent less than half of the 8.550 hectares cultivated in the Maremma, so leaving room for other traditional varieties, like Vermentino and Ciliegiolo, and for international ones like Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Syrah.
(source: Consorzio Tutela Vini Maremma Toscana)
The San Michele no. 3 by Poggio L'Apparita is a DOC Maremma Toscana Rosato result of two separate grapes of Sangiovese grapes, vinified in rosé. Of the particularly delicate pink tones, the n ° 3 is a fresh, citrus, refined and aromatic wine, it is very refreshing but also rich and just flavoursome: it gives unusual tasting length to a rosé. Technical...
The Lodai is the symbol, the flagship of Tenuta Fertuna, the respect for the “terroir” and the rigorous selection have made this wine possible. Thanks to the constant quality, this wine has become, in the various markets, the symbol of the Maremma and of the products that this land can offer. “Laudemus!” We exclaimed after tasting the first vintage....
About Messiio of Tenuta Fertuna, it would be easy to talk about its grapes, the barriques, the meticulous care in each step, but without the unique microclimate of this incredible Fertuna valley, we would not be able to produce it. Messiio, that sounds like Messiah “the man who will come” (in this case “the wine that will be”) is the idea that originated...
Le Sughere di Frassinello is the second label of Rocca di Frassinello already in the TOP 100 of Wine Spectator. A careful cut of sangiovese, merlot and cabernet sauvignon. Vinified in steel and left matured in barriques for about 12 months. A rich red, in which these three varieties blend in to create a great Italian-French wine. Technical sheet
Created in honour of the butteri, who remain the symbol of the Maremma region. Ornello (from the name of the wood – manna ash) is a long pointed stick that is still used today for driving cattle. It stands out for its substantial percentage of Syrah grapes that make it very full and rich, nonetheless retaining the typical elegance and freshness of Rocca...
San Michele by Poggio L'Apparita is a red wine with elegant and refined personality, which emerges safe at first sip to the most discerning palates. Maremma Toscana Rosso is the result of the vinification of five different grape varieties: Sangiovese, Merlot, Shyraz, Cabernet Sauvignon and Petit Verdot. Excellent with grilled meats, regional cuisine,...