IGT Toscana Bianco

The grapes that make up our Annick come from three different parcels. Our Sauvignon Blanc in particular comes from a selection of grapes from a vineyard over 50 years old in Marzana -San Miniato- that inspired us from the moment Cosimo Maria Masini was born in the year 2000 to produce a tuscan white wine from french (or, international) grapes. 

In fact, the parcel of Sauvignon Blanc is located in the lower part of the Estate, with exposition to the southwest. It has a microclimate, however, that is perfectly suited for maintaining the freshness of the fruits and high levels of acidity even in hot years. From 2016, thanks to new plantings and grafting, we added Vermentino alongside with the objective to both maintain and augment local varieties on the Estate.  This was made possible due to the excellent result from the assemblage of these two grape varieties. Vermentino actually is present in both a young vineyard and an old vineyard, due to grafting. Both parcels are southwest, where the light, the heat, and the views look toward the sea and the winds from the coast allow vermentino to truly express its mediterannean heritage.




Product details



Sauvignon Blanc 80%, Vermentino 20%; Southwest exposition; Guyot training; 4000-5000 plants per hectare, with the soil based with calcareous clay and filled with fossils from the Plio-Pleistocene area.



The harvest generally starts the last week of august and continues through the middle of september. Sauvignon Blanc is harvested first, and Vermentino follows as it takes more time to mature.

Harvest is done by hand and clusters are selected for quality in two phases: first in the field and then more accurately in the cantina to assure high quality grapes.



The vinification occurs in two different ways to best express each variety and typicity..

To maintain freshness of the Sauvignon Blanc, the grapes are vinified “in white” which means they are pressed and immediately fermented at a controlled temperature, using only indigienous yeasts coming from the “pied de cuve” or “starter”, from the same parcels, simply harvested earlier.

For the Vermentino, instead, the grapes are briefly macerated on the skins for about 6 days to extract phenols and give the eventual wine a little more structure. This occurs in cement containers and with indigenous yeasts. Once the alcoholic and malolactic fermentations are finished, the wine is assembled and allowed to rest in cement and steel tanks until bottling, which occurs around the end of february of the year directly after harvest.


Sensory Characteristics:

A pale straw yellow wine with green reflections, on the nose the Sauvignon Blanc gives an elegance and freshness. On the palate, citrus and fresh fruits are balanced with sapidity and structure, with shades of moscato from the brief maceration of the Vermentino.

The dance between freshness and fruit meets a clean and sapid finish makes for an exciting wine for the senses.



Classic pairings are with fish and crustaceans, but thanks to the freshness and structure, it is also well suited for white meats and typical tuscan salami.


Serving temperature:

9 – 10 Degrees