The Consorzio Vini Terre di Pisa (Terre di Pisa Wine Consortium) was founded in 2018 to protect and promote the appellation of ‘Terre di Pisa’ wine and act as a catalyst for the appreciation and development of high-quality wine production around Pisa.
The Terre di Pisa - ancient wine-producing lands recently united by a shared vision and goal - are experiencing a moment of meaningful growth, which will include the gradual expansion to establishments found in the diverse territory stretching from the hills to the sea, in a part of Tuscany that is as beautiful as it is unexpected.
The roots of winemaking in Pisa go back to ancient times, when the Etruscans began cultivating grapes. Thanks to the dynamism of the area over the centuries, aided by the resourcefulness of Pisan wine merchants and the political acumen of the Medici family, wine production eventually spread around the globe, with a precise identity taking root. In 2011, the DOC label was established, the goal of which is to represent the apex of Pisan wine in the municipalities of Fauglia, Crespina, Lari, Chianni, Capannoni, Palaia, Peccioli, Terricciola, Casciana Terme, Ponsacco, Pontedera, Montopoli V.A., San Miniato, Orciano Pisano, Lorenzana and Santa Luce.
Badia di Morrona (Terricciola)
Tenuta di Ghizzano (Peccioli)
Az. Agr. Castelvecchio (Terricciola)
Usiglian del Vescovo (Palaia)
Podere La Chiesa (Terricciola)
Fattoria Fibbiano (Terricciola)
Fattoria La Spinetta (Terricciola)
I Giusti e Zanza (Fauglia)
Le Palaie (Peccioli)
The land covered by Terre di Pisa, extending between the hills and the Tyrrhenian coast, offers visitors a breath-taking panorama of gently rolling hills where rows of grapevines alternate with woods, olive groves and arable land - the perfect ecosystem for organic, low environmental impact farming.
The complexity of the terrain and its geography, with soil made mainly of sand and silt of alluvial origin along the coast and clay and limestone inland, is evident in the variety of bottles produced: wine with unique, recognisable style determined by one main protagonist - the land.
Pisa and its province offer numerous historical, architectural and culinary attractions, starting from the city of Pisa, whose leaning tower is one of the most recognisable and most visited monuments in the world. Moving outwards, the Pisan Mountains and the Colline Metallifere hills offer timeless beauty, passing through natural oases and ‘green’ routes, without forgetting about the natural hot springs and the beaches of the coast. The range of food and agricultural products grown locally spans from oil to wine, with high-quality pasta, dairy products, cured meats and truffles in between.