IGT Toscana, the most common and famous appellation of the Tuscany region in Italy, has become the wine symbol of Italian modernity. The IGT Toscana has allowed the producers of Tuscany to free themselves from codes and to build a style of their own, producing wines recognized worldwide for their quality and audacity in the image of the great Sassicaia, Ornellaia and Massetto.
The IGT Toscana covers the entire geographical area of Tuscany. A wine produced in IGT Toscana can therefore come from any of the 10 provinces of Tuscany: Arezzo, Firenze, Grosseto, Livorno, Lucca, Massa Carrara, Pisa, Pistoia, Prato, Siena.
Wines produced in the IGT Tuscany appellation can be dry whites. These wines produced must comply with specifications designed to control the quality of the wine by ensuring that 85% of the grapes come from the Tuscan region and by indicating on the label both the year of the vintage, the name of the producer and the region of origin.