View our Wine Selection

In our shop you can buy Italian wines online conveniently and securely. Free delivery for orders worth a minimum of CHF 99. Italian wines have an enormous variety, a strong terroir character and usually high ageing potential. The wines we offer have been carefully selected from all the regions of Italy. Try different Italian wines to understand which region is your favorite - one in the South, North or maybe in the middle of Italy?
Biological Wines

Our Organic Wine Selection

Wines which were grown organically and which request the winemakers not to use any chemical products
Demeter Certificated Wines

Biodynamic Wines

SFr. 13.50
Organic Prosecco in a stylish bottle
Prosecco DOC Extra Dry
Anno Domini 47
SFr. 19.90
Best Rose According to 5 Stars Wines
Etna Rosato DOC

Explore Italian Wine Regions

Would you like to know everything about Italian wines and the most popular wine-growing regions in Italy? Italy is the largest wine producer in the world and proves its consistency in quality every year in front of international experts and the wine press. Italian regions offer perfect climatic conditions, as well as the best soils for viticulture. Italian wines are known not only for their high complexity, but also for the optimal price-quality ratio.

Italian Wines

Astonishing and breathtaking like its landscapes.

Our job is to choose the best Italian wines for you. We have selected only the most interesting wines from different regions of Italy, which all have something in common:  extraordinary quality and excellent taste values.

Italian Wines

Overall, Italian wines are known for their complexity and their ability to adapt to the country's challenging climatic conditions. They can be rich, complex and full-bodied and can be enjoyed with a variety of foods. There are several types of Italian wines that feature different grape varieties, flavor profiles and styles. The most famous Italian wines are Chianti, Barolo, Brunello di Montalcino, Amarone, Pinot Grigio, Prosecco, Moscato, Barbera, Valpolicella and of course Supertuscans.

Many Italian wines are made from the following grape varieties: Sangiovese, Nebbiolo, Montepulciano (reds), Trebbiano and Pinot Grigio (whites) and Glera (sparkling). These diverse grape varieties offer a variety of flavor profiles that reflect the different climates and regions of the country.

These include light and dry wines such as Pinot Grigio, Vermentino and Soave. These wines give a full-bodied note to meals with which they are enjoyed and provide lightness and good taste to the meal.

Italian wines such as Barolo and Brunello di Montalcino pair well with roasted meats. These wines tend to be complex and rich and can enhance the flavors and aromas of a dish. Light red wines that are not too tannic are also great to pair with pasta with ragu or dishes with poultry or rabbit. Some examples are wines like Valpolicella, Chianti and Montepulciano d´Abruzzo.