San Torpè

San Torpè

43° 22' 30" N


10° 35' 45" E




about this subregion

The San Torpè DOC, nestled in the heart of Italy, stands as a testament to the country's age-old viticultural traditions and its innate ability to produce world-class wines. This region is celebrated not just for its wine but also for the environment that fosters the growth of the vines. The land is blessed with a Mediterranean climate, characterized by mild winters and warm, sunny summers. This, combined with the unique terroir, creates a fertile ground for grape cultivation, making the wines of San Torpè distinctive and sought-after.

The most prominent red grape variety grown in San Torpè is Sangiovese, a classic Italian variety known for producing wines with a balanced blend of acidity, tannin, and fruit. Its prominence in the region is a reflection of Italy's love affair with this versatile grape, which forms the backbone of many of its iconic red wines.

On the other hand, the white grape varieties offer a spectrum of flavors and aromatic profiles. Chardonnay brings structure and elegance, while Malvasia adds aromatic intensity, often imbued with notes of flowers and ripe fruits. Sauvignon Blanc introduces zesty and herbaceous characteristics, whereas Trebbiano gives wines that are light, crisp, and pleasantly acidic. Lastly, Vermentino, with its saline and citrus undertones, evokes images of the Mediterranean coast.

In essence, the San Torpè DOC is not just a wine region; it is a symphony of nature's best elements, working in harmony to produce wines that capture the soul of Italy.


vinerra illustration

Vineyard Hectares



2200 - 2400


Discover Terroir

The San Torpè DOC, located in the Tuscany wine region, covers the municipalities of Casciana Terme, Capannoli, Chianni, Crespina, Lari, Palaia, Ponsacco and Terricciola in the province of Pisa, as well as parts of Cascina Fauglia, Lajatico, Lorenzana, Montopoli Valdarno, Peccioli Pontedera, Santa Luce and S. Miniato in the province of Pisa and Collesalvetti in the province of Livorno.

Temperatures in the region are temperate, with an annual average of 15°C in winter and 24°C in summer. Average annual rainfall is usually less than 780 mm, concentrated especially between autumn and winter.

The predominant soil has a clay-loam texture with intermediate depth.


Most Planted Red Grape Varieties: Sangiovese

Most Planted White Grape Varieties: Chardonnay, Malvasia, Sauvignon Blanc, Trebbiano, Vermentino

In the captivating San Torpè DOC, a trio of exceptional wines captures the essence of this Italian gem.

Bianco, a symphony led by a minimum of 50% Trebbiano Toscano, harmonizes with a blend of other authorized white grapes. This composition unfolds on the palate with a delicate balance of crispness and floral elegance, offering a refreshing and versatile white wine experience.

Rosato, a radiant creation, showcases a minimum of 50% Sangiovese grapes intertwined with other authorized non-aromatic red varieties. With a touch of other authorized non-aromatic white grapes adding finesse, this rosé dances on the taste buds, revealing vibrant red fruit notes enveloped in a graceful and lively character.

Vin Santo, a cherished tradition, artfully blends a minimum of 50% Trebbiano and/or Malvasia Bianca Lunga grapes with other authorized white varieties. Patiently nurtured, this dessert wine matures into a golden elixir, enchanting with its rich and complex layers of dried fruits and honey-like sweetness.

The San Torpè DOC, with its Bianco, Rosato, and Vin Santo wines, invites wine enthusiasts to savor a sensory journey through its diverse terroir and winemaking expertise. Each bottle tells a story of tradition, innovation, and the profound connection between land and grape, offering an authentic taste of the captivating spirit of San Torpè.