Map of Tuscany

Toscana,or Tuscany in English, is considered the classic olive oil region of Italy by many.  The oils of Lucca and the Chianti regions of Toscana are best known.

The oils produced in the area around Lucca, near the coast, tend to be yellow, light and fluid. In the Chianti region, near Siena in the heart of Toscana, the oils tend to be more green, and spicy with hints of artichoke and pepper.  Further south in the area around Montalcino, the oils tend to be deeper colors, more rustic, and more intense flavors.

Famous Lazaretti Amaretti cookies with that crunchy, satisfying snap! Colorfully wrapped and nicely boxed.
There’s no butcher more famous than Dario Cecchini, the Dante quoting Butcher of Panzano. This tiny town in Chianti is Home to Dario’s Antica Macellaria Cecchini. With Dario's Olive Oil and Profumo del Chianti, you are on your way to a perfect bistecca!
Tuscany. From the Val d’Orcia hills. Chiarentana is a blend of four Tuscan varieties, producing a surprisingly flavor-rich blend. Read complete listing for the New York Times feature on Chiarentana.
Tuscany. From the Val d’Orcia hills. Chiarentana Frantoiano single cultivar yields a notable flavor-rich olive oil. Read complete listing for the New York Times feature on Chiarentana.
Produced especially for Dario Cecchini the famous, Dante-quoting butcher of Chianti. The notes are well balanced, medium intense and fruity. Enjoy this custom blend. Was $37.95. Best by December 2020.
Please enjoy these delightful dark chocolate biscotti with hazelnuts produced by the Deseo in Prato, Tuscany.
Now shipping! The craftsmen at Dievole in Chianti, created a "Best in the World" olive oil. This oil is a blend of Coratina, Leccino, Peranzana, Ogliarola olives. Awarded Best Emerging Farm by Flos Olei 2016.
This Chianti Classico wine vinegar isbright and ruby red in appearance. It's 8.5% acidity gives it an intense and lively flavor. Aged 8 months in oak casks.
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