Cuts an organised Italian (6)
'italian' is the definition.
(Tuscan is an example)
'cuts an organised' is the wordplay.
'organised' is an anagram indicator.
'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".)