There are three local wine roads in the Maremma:
The first one is the Monteregio di Massa Marittima wine road, which winds through the hills of the upper Maremma around Grosseto and passes through Monterotondo Marittimo, Follonica, Massa Marittima, Roccastrada, Montemassi, Castiglione della Pescaia, Vetulonia, Gavorrano and Scarlino.
Among the best wines: the red and white Monteregio DOC, Vermentino and Vin Santo Occhio di Pernice. Some special sweets and salamis have been produced for centuries in this area such as Panforte and Dolce di San Bernardino from Massa Marittima, Pecorino cheese and many kinds of cured meats like Finocchiona and Buristo. Find out more about this road and the best local food and wine producers to visit: http://www.stradavino.it/
The other trail to follow is the Maremma hills wine road, located in the south of the province of Grosseto and skirts Capalbio, Orbetello, Giglio Island, Magliano, Monte Argentario, Campagnatico, Roccalbegna, Semproniano, Scansano, Manciano, Pitigliano and Sorano.
This is the land of Ansonica Costa dell’Argentario DOC, white wine from Pitigliano DOC, Capalbio DOC, Morellino di Scansano DOCG, Parrina DOC, Sovana DOC, white and red IGT Maremma Toscana, saffron from the Maremma, Maremma cattle, "sfumate" eels, 'Palamita' fish, 'Panficato' sweet from Giglio Island and bottarga from the Orbetello lagoon.
If you want to taste or buy some of these, see the best wine and food producers along this route: http://www.stradavinimaremma.it/. The best place to taste bottarga is the tasting center/ restaurant I Pescatori di Orbetello.
The third route is the Montecucco wine and flavours of Amiata trail which includes the towns of Arcidosso, Castell’Azzara, Castel del Piano, Cinigiano, Civitella Paganico, Campagnatico, Roccalbegna, Santa Fiora, Seggiano and Semproniano. The Montecucco DOC wine is one of its main products, but the zone is renowned for other important products: extra virgin olive oil of Seggiano, chestnut of Monte Amiata, Tuscan Pecorino DOP and PGI veal, as well as honey, truffles, mushrooms, Maremma saffron and salted biscuits from Roccalbegna. It offers many different itineraries: here are three of the most interesting ones.