We are in Bolgheri. In the heart of the Maremma and in the heart of millions of wine lovers who come from all over the world to taste some of the most famous Tuscan wines. We are not talking about Chianti or Brunello. We are not talking about Chianti or Brunello, but about Supertuscan, that unique mix of Tuscan terroir, in this case close to the sea, and international grape varieties such as Merlot and Cabernet. In this enchanted corner of Italy, between beaches and hills, lies Tenuta Argentiera. The name comes from the ancient silver mines that were once found in this area, which is also rich in natural springs and healing waters. The Tenuta has two curious peculiarities. It is the closest to the Tyrrhenian coast and, at the same time, also the one that reaches the highest altitude of the entire Bolgheri territory.