Crossword Genius

Cuts an organised Italian (6)

Ross

I believe the answer is:

'italian' is the definition.
(Tuscan is an example)

'cuts an organised' is the wordplay.
'organised' is an anagram indicator.
'cuts'+'an'='cutsan'
'cutsan' anagrammed gives 'TUSCAN'.

(Other definitions for tuscan that I've seen before include "Standard Italian", "From a central Italian region", "Person from Siena", "From a region of west central Italy", "Relating to a region of Italy".)

I've seen this clue in Sydney Morning Herald.