about this subregion

Nestled within the scenic heart of the Umbria region in central Italy, the Torgiano DOC is a treasure trove for wine enthusiasts. Recognized for its distinguished wines, the designation of origin is a testament to the unique confluence of the region’s environment and human expertise.

The terroir of Torgiano, characterized by its moderately temperate climate and rich, varied soil composition, offers an ideal environment for the cultivation of a myriad of grape varieties. Rolling hills, gentle breezes, and the proximity to the Tiber River create microclimates that contribute to the nuanced flavors of its wines.

Among the red varieties, Sangiovese stands out as a native star, bestowing wines with their characteristic ruby hues and robust flavors. However, international varieties such as Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, and Pinot Nero have also found a second home in Torgiano, each adding their own distinct profiles to the region's red wine tapestry. On the other hand, the whites of Torgiano showcase the aromatic splendor of Trebbiano, a grape long associated with central Italian wines. Yet, the elegance of Chardonnay, the crisp notes of Pinot Grigio, and the rare addition of Welschriesling reflect the region's adaptability and commitment to vinicultural diversity.

In essence, Torgiano DOC is more than just a wine region; it’s a testament to nature and nurture working in harmony, producing wines that echo the richness of their environment.


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The Torgiano DOC is locatd in the Umbria wine region. It covers the territory of the municipality that gives its name to the DOC, located in the province of Perugia.

This region has a humid climate, with an average annual rainfall of 1500 mm. Rainfall falls with less intensity during the summer, which is usually hot and dry, while it is well distributed during the rest of the year. The vineyards benefit from a good amount of sunshine and a good thermal oscillation between day and night, the latter especially noticeable between the months of September and October. These climatic conditions give the wines a good natural acidity.

The geology of the area is characterized by the presence of diverse soils:

On the one hand, the predominant soils are formed by fluvio-lacustrine deposits.

On the other hand, in the Torgiano area, the soils are made up of sands, clayey sands, sandy clays and clays.

Finally, in the Tiber river valley, the soil is formed by volcanic rocks, due to the volcanic episodes that have affected the region throughout history.


Most Planted Red Grape Varieties: Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Pinot Nero, Sangiovese

Most Planted White Grape Varieties: Chardonnay, Pinot Grigio, Trebbiano, Welschriesling

The Todi DOC, nestled in the picturesque region of Umbria, Italy, boasts a splendid array of wines that capture the essence of its terroir and the meticulous craftsmanship of its winemakers. From the radiant Bianco to the captivating Rosato, the robust Rosso, the effervescent Spumante, and the luscious Vendemmia Tardiva, each wine tells a unique story of the land and the vines.

Bianco:The Bianco wine from Todi DOC is a harmonious blend of grape varieties, primarily composed of 50-70% Trebbiano Toscano, coupled with other authorized nonaromatic white grapes. This enchanting white wine dances on the palate with a symphony of flavors, showcasing the region's distinctive character. Its crisp acidity, accompanied by delicate floral and fruity notes, makes it a delightful companion for leisurely moments or paired with delectable dishes.

Rosato:In the heart of Todi DOC, the Rosato wine takes center stage, captivating enthusiasts with its radiant hue and vivacious character. Anchored by a minimum of 50% Sangiovese, harmoniously intertwined with other authorized nonaromatic red grapes, this Rosato exudes a playful elegance. Its lively bouquet and refreshing acidity make it a versatile choice, enchanting both as an aperitif and as a charming partner to a range of culinary delights.

Rosso:The Rosso wine, a testament to Todi DOC's viticultural prowess, is a captivating expression of the region's rich history and terroir. Embracing a minimum of 50% Sangiovese, complemented by other authorized red grapes, this red wine offers a tapestry of flavors and aromas. Its velvety texture, intertwined with notes of dark fruit and earthy undertones, makes it a true delight for the senses, embodying the essence of Todi's winemaking heritage.

Spumante:Elevating celebrations to new heights, the Spumante from Todi DOC is a sparkling gem that exudes elegance and refinement. Crafted with precision, it blends a maximum of 50% Chardonnay and Pinot Nero, with a touch of other authorized nonaromatic grapes. This effervescent masterpiece enchants with its fine bubbles, revealing layers of citrus and orchard fruit, and culminating in a crisp, vivacious finish. It is the perfect companion for toasts and festive gatherings.

Vendemmia Tardiva:Todi DOC's Vendemmia Tardiva is a true expression of patience and dedication. Comprising a minimum of 50% Chardonnay, harmonized with other authorized nonaromatic white grapes, this late-harvest wine captures the essence of the sun-soaked vines. Its golden hue mirrors the warmth of the land, while its luscious sweetness and complex aromatics create a sensory symphony that lingers on the palate. An exquisite companion to indulgent moments and decadent desserts.

In every glass of Todi DOC wine, whether it be the vibrant Bianco, the alluring Rosato, the robust Rosso, the effervescent Spumante, or the opulent Vendemmia Tardiva, one can taste the dedication of generations of winemakers and the unique terroir that makes this region a true treasure in the world of wine.