Umbria is one of the most understated regions in all of Italy. It is right in the middle, one of the few regions without a coastline, between Tuscany and Marche. Home to the two famous wine styles: Orvietto and Montefalco Sagrantino. Orvietto is a white wine that is zingy and aromatic thanks to the Grechetto grape, and Montefalco Sagrantino uses Sagrantino grape varietal which produces some of the most tannic red wines in the world.