A quick overview of Tuscany’s oenological scene is in order ahead of this year's regional wine preview week held from February 9 to 18 in Florence, San Gimignano, Montepulciano and Montalcino. Tuscany is home to almost 60,000 hectares of vineyards. Ninety-two percent of these world-famous vines make 160 million litres of DOCG and DOC wines, 93 per cent of which is red. Large volumes of IGP, or Supertuscan, wine continue to be produced to the tune of 66.6 million litres. The Siena province boasts the greatest surface area under vine (19,870 hectares), followed by Florence (16,850) and Grosseto (8,890).