Cortona is located in one of the most fertile and propitious areas of Tuscany for grape growing and winemaking. The Cortona DOC certification guarantees the quality of a wide range of red, white and dessert wines, which are produced on the territory of Cortona and appreciated all over the world. Here you will find a list of Cortona DOC wine producers, of all the types of wines produced with descriptive information and historical notes linked to grape growing traditions from the Etruscans to today.

  • Cortona DOC

    Cortona enjoys a privileged location and a mild climate, which have facilitated grape growing and the production of excellent red, white and dessert wines since the Etruscan times. For detailed information on the characteristics of each wine and on winemaking and bottling, please look up the regulations file you can download in PDF format.

    Cortona DOC
  • Wine producers

    In this section you will find the complete list of Cortona DOC red and white wine producers with addresses, phone and fax numbers and links to websites to directly contact the main wineries of the area and be provided with detailed information about prices and products, as well as contacts of the “Consorzio a Tutela dei Vini a Denominazione d'Origine Controllata Cortona”.

    Wine producers
  • Wines

    The wines protected by the Cortona DOC Certification are divided into red, white and dessert wines. Here you will find a list of the main wines produced on the territory of Cortona with detailed information about their organoleptic qualities, the type of winemaking and bottling, temperatures and serving as well as their ideal match with food.

    Wines
  • Traditions

    In the past Italy was called “Enotria”, land of wine, so its centuries-old tradition of winemaking is commonly renowned. The Etruscans were the first who started growing grapes and making wine in Tuscany. In this section you will find some historical notes and anecdotes about the charming world of wine, which is closely connected with our traditions and roots.

    Traditions