Welcome to the Italian Wine Mosaic Shop, a unique selection of wines that bring Italy’s diverse offerings to your home. Like a beautiful mosaic, Italy’s numerous regions come together to reveal a culture rich in wine. Shop the crisp whites of Alto Adige, luscious reds from Tuscany, exceptional sparkling wines, and more. Click on each bottle for details and to purchase.
Nestled in northern Italy by the Italian Alps, Trentino-Alto Adige is known for wines with verve and bright acidity. With numerous microclimates and high-altitude vineyards, the region produces both red and white wines with an unmistakable energy.
Santa Margherita Rose
Whether relaxing by the pool with friends or indulging in a romantic dinner al fresco, Santa Margherita Rosé is your perfect year-round accessory. Like a Venetian sunset, the sophisticated pink hue of this Italian rosé captures the imagination…
Santa Margherita Pinot Grigio
As iconic as a wine can get, Santa Margherita’s Pinot Grigio encompasses everything there is to love about the grape: heady aromas of apple and a hint of almond skin, perfectly ripe citrus fruit flavors, and zesty, mouthwatering acidity.
Kettmeir Pinot Grigio Alto Adige DOC
With over a hundred years of winemaking history, Kettmeir crafts exquisite alpine wines that are unlike anything else in the world. This is an exhilarating Pinot Grigio: fresh and mouthwatering, with vibrant citrus fruits and crisp acidity.
Northeast Italy and Veneto
A neighboring region to Trentino-Alto Adige, this part of Italy is largely influenced by Lake Garda and its winds. Both warming and cooling, vines thrive under the influence of the breezes coming off that majestic body of water. Veneto is also home to Valpolicella, a region that’s as famous for its appassimento (drying grapes) winemaking technique as its varieties, as well as the renowned sparkling wine Prosecco.
Santa Margherita Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore DOCG
Finely textured bubbles greet the tongue while notes of tart apple and peach announce themselves with every sip. A lively and refreshing wine, it works with just about anything, from pasta primavera to creamy cheeses like baked Brie or Camembert, but is also a solo star if enjoyed on its own.
Santa Margherita Sparkling Rosé
This style of sparkling wine has long been a favorite in Italy and is now capturing attention elsewhere in the world. The Veneto region is home to a number of native and international varieties, and the Santa Margherita Sparkling Rosé pulls from the region’s diverse offerings.
Masi Costasera Amarone della Valpolicella Classico DOCG
Luscious and voluptuous, Costasera Amarone envelops all the senses. A blend of Corvina, Rondinella, and Molinara, this is a quintessential Amarone elevated by Masi’s signature acidity and freshness. Using fully dried grapes for this wine, fruit is sumptuous and concentrated.
Campofiorin Rosso del Veronese IGT
Bright acidity is a benchmark of all Masi wines, keeping this delectable red, tinged with dried plums and fig, light on its feet. This robust and inviting wine is a warming companion to fall-off-the-bone short ribs or a creamy mushroom risotto. Vintage 2017 rated 91 points from James Suckling.com.
Masi Bonacosta Valpolicella DOC
The bright cherry, ripe red raspberry, and tart fruit flavors and aromas of Corvina, Rondinella, and Molinara are given starring roles in this electric red wine. Aged in stainless steel and uncloaked by oak, the fresh berry notes shine through. Vintage 2015 rated 93 points from Wine Enthusiast, 95 points from James Suckling.com.
As one of the most revered winemaking regions in the world, Tuscany captures the imagination with its gorgeous landscapes as well as its stunning wines. Sangiovese is the leading grape, but international red varieties, not to mention white grapes such as Vermentino, also find a home in Tuscany’s numerous winemaking areas. From Chianti Classico in the heart of Tuscany to its coastal areas such as Maremma, Tuscany is a veritable treasure trove of sumptuous Italian wines.
Santa Margherita Chianti Classico Riserva DOCG
This luxurious Chianti Classico comes from a hillside vineyard in the heart of the region. Ripe yet tart fruits weave between notes of leather and vanilla, while firm, round tannins frame the wine.
Lamole di Lamole Chianti Classico DOCG
This is a stunning Sangiovese: tart cherry fruit, plus a whisper of savory, sun-dried tomato. A touch of Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot adds spice and roundness to this fresh and energetic wine. Lamole di Lamole Chianti Classico is perfect for lighter dishes, such as roasted pork. Vintage 2017 rated 92 points from James Suckling.com.
Sassoregale Sangiovese Maremma Toscana DOC
With bright red cherry fruit yet abundant spice, this is the type of Sangiovese you’ll find at every dinner table in the region. Medium-bodied and with moderate tannins, the silky texture adds polish and refinement. The spice notes call out for the smoky flavors of grilled chicken, grilled pork, or whatever else comes off the grill.
Sassoregale Vermentino Maremma Toscana DOC
Wild herbs such as basil and thyme roam throughout the glass. This Vermentino works throughout an entire meal, from a tomato-rubbed bruschetta enlivened with olive oil to a rich fish stew laden with fennel and garlic.
A large and diverse wine-growing region, Lombardy is home to several lakes—including the famed Lake Iseo—around which numerous vineyards thrive. Layered clay and limestone soils abound and coupled with the low amounts of rainfall, plus the Lake’s wind effects, wines often show freshness and delicacy.
Ca’Maiol Lugana DOP
Soils layered with limestone and clay—a signature of the region—contribute to the nuanced aromas and flavors in the wine. Floral notes bloom in the glass, along with the essence of apricot and a hint of almond. Elegant and light-bodied, this delicate wine calls for raw fish, such as a crudo or tuna tartare.
As the second-largest island in the Mediterranean Sea, Sardinia holds its own unique character in the Italian Wine Mosaic. Time under Spanish and French rule can be seen in some of the grapes cultivated, such as Carignan, while Italy’s indigenous Vermentino is the leading white variety. With a range of microclimates and landscapes, colorful Sardinia produces fascinating wines.
Mesa Guinco Vermentino di Sardegna DOC
Acidity weaves itself through this round white wine, giving it a jolt of freshness. Ripe orchard fruits and a layer of citrus create luscious aromas, and the slightly saline note nods to the surrounding Mediterranean Sea. It’s ideal with richer dishes such as seafood risotto or soft and creamy cheeses.
Mesa Buio Carignano del Sulcis DOC
Blackberry, plum, and dark fruits meet notes of cinnamon and pepper. Rich with tannins and full-bodied, its texture seizes attention—and imagination. Herb-crusted lamb chops or a roasted eggplant and tomato dish capture the spirit of this bold and spicy red.