If Tuscany remains one of Italy's favorite holiday destinations, it doesn't take much to guess why. From succulent steak Florentinas to bubbling ribollita, from pasta and beans to the iconic almond cantucci biscuits, this is the region in which you not only eat well, but drink exceptionally well, especially when it comes to Tuscan wine, there's arguably no better place to be.
So, if a trip to Tuscany is on the cards, here are 9 Tuscan wines to try while relaxing among the Chianti wine cellars, soaking up the atmosphere in the medieval villages or simply lounging under the Tuscan sun on the spectacular the Argentario beaches.
You'll find most of these Tuscan wines the wine list in any restaurnt in th region and if you want to save getting tongue tied when it comes to ordering, try boffing up on your pronunciation with the audio!
9 Tuscan Wines to Know
1. Morellino di Scansano
How to ask for it in Italian: