The winemaking tradition of the region dates back to the Etruscan era and in this region we find mainly a production suited to red wines. Chianti, Brunello di Montalcino, Vino Nobile di Montepulciano, Carmignano and Morellino di Scansano are just some of the examples of Tuscan red wines. The production of white wines is also interesting but is often stifled by the fame and grandeur of the red ones. Among the white grapes that we find in the region we remember the Vernaccia of Sam Gimignano from which the homonym wine is produced, the Tuscan Trebbiano, the White Malvasia, the Malvasia of Candia, the Vermentino and the Ansonica, name with which it is known in Tuscany the Inzolia grape.
Among the red grapes is Sangiovese, widely used and cultivated here, Sangiovese Grosso, Canaiolo Nero and Mammolo.