The production of high quality wines began in the Chianti Valley around the year 1300 in the Uzzano Castle estate, guaranteeing for centuries the recognition and prestige of its wines all over the world. Acenturies old wine-producing history which has made a nome for itself as a producer of excellent Chianti Classico, thanks to the favourable position and structure of its vineyards. Following this ancient-producing tradition, Agricola Uzzano produces two fine wines, the Chianti Classico and the Chianti Classico Riserva. Agricola Uzzano: when wine has been an art for centuries.

Tuscany is one of the most important wine-growing regions in the world and is one of the most representative areas for wine production in Italy. The crops are distributed mainly on hilly territories, particularly suited to viticulture both for climatic and geological reasons, and to a lesser extent in the plains.

The largest areas of wine production in Tuscany are the Chianti, the Maremma and the province of Siena, flanked by many other small areas with a high wine vocation. The constant tendency towards specialization bears witness to the importance of viticulture in Tuscany, which is at the top of Italy for the production of DOC wines.