Discovering Tuscan wines: here are the wineries of Maremma

Tour among wineries to visit in Maremma

Are you planning a nature trip? Then you must discover Tuscan wines: here are the wineries of Maremma. Whether or not you are an expert on this special grape juice, the sure thing is that you will be able to appreciate all its qualities: from color to aroma to taste! Here, then, are some tips on the best wineries to visit in Maremma.

Wine tastings in Maremma? Here's where to visit wineries of excellence

"Wine adds a smile to friendship and a spark to love": Edmondo De Amicis has a point. Indeed, that nice lightheartedness that goes on growing sip after sip sustains the good mood and lets go of thoughts, which, we know, have been far too many these days. So why not indulge the light-heartedness and go in search of good wine cellars to visit in Maremma? Organizing a trip in the name of tasting local wines will be a winning idea, you'll see! So let's discover 6 locations in the province of Grosseto where you can visit wineries you absolutely can't miss!

  1. Massa Marittima. If you are looking for a special and secret place, you will find satisfaction at Località Poggio Curzio on Simona Ceccherini's estate, with native wines such as Ciliegiolo and Pugnitello. A few kilometers away you can meet the Morisfarm estate, whose wine production is 100% DOC and located precisely in Cura Nuova. And if you would like to buy extra virgin olive oil, this is the right place.
  2. Gavorrano, precisely in the locality of Giuncarico Scalo is the unmissable Rocca di Frassinello: the winery is designed by Renzo Piano and consists of essential, functional and revolutionary architecture. At Località Casteani 1, on the other hand, is the Conti di San Bonifacio estate nestled among the mining hills of the area. If you want, you can also drop by nearby Bagno di Gavorrano to visit the Podere San Cristoforo. You will not regret it!
  3. Roccastrada. At Rocca di Montemassi, in Località Pian del Bichi, tradition is handed down from generation to generation, in acres and acres of vineyards where grapes such as Sangiovese and Vermentino are grown; guided tours alternate with driving or walking tours of the rolling metalliferous hills, among mines and museums all to be discovered.
  4. Castiglion della Pescaia. A few kilometers from the town are as many as three locations worth mentioning: Le Mortelle, La Badiola and Cacciagrande. Whether on a guided tour of the wineries or among the vineyards, these destinations are definitely worth a visit. The risk? That of drinking too much good wine!
  5. Marina di Grosseto. Here you will find the first Social Winery of the Tuscan Maremma - Cantina Vini Maremma, Località Il Cristo - founded in 1954 by a group of passionate winemakers. In addition to wines, you can find a selection of Maremma cuisine products in the store. And off to the dancing!
  6. Monterotondo Marittimo, on the border between the provinces of Grosseto and Livorno, in Località Serraiola 1 Frassine, is the Serraiola Wine Farm. The 40-hectare estate receives guests for guided tours of the vineyards and cellars, offering tastings of wines and farm products such as honey, cheeses, cold cuts and bread.

In between wine tastings...

...Why not stop and sleep in a location immersed in the green Tuscan Maremma? In the town of Braccagni you can find a luxury, quiet and cozy farmhouse with a swimming pool, special tastings and every kind of comfort: whether you prefer Bed&Breakfast accommodation, comfortable Suites or an Apartment for your vacation, you only have to choose the best opportunity.

In fact, at Resort Le Versegge by Tommaso Guicciardini everything is possible, even a good restaurant at which to eat really well. The Re Sugo, in fact, has been defined by most as "a window on the Maremma of taste."

And if there is no taste in Tuscany, what taste is there?


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