Indicazione Geografica TipicaPinot Grigio

ABV: 12%

Region: Provincia di Pavia

Soil: Chalky clay soil

Appearance: Delicate gold with hints of straw

Bouquet: The lovely nose showcases nuances of delicate pear, citrus and notes of almond blossom.

Palate: This delicious wine is light to medium bodied with a soft palate, followed by a crisp dry finish.

Food Pairings: Italian antipasti, pastas and risottos with freshly made sauce, branzino, salmon and other seafood.

Denominazione di Origine ControllataProsecco

ABV: 10.5%

Region: The Prosecco region, with vineyards in Treviso and other select areas.

Soil: Mostly clay and sand. This gives the Glera grape, primarily used in Prosecco, its aromatic and mineral characteristics.

Secondary Fermentation: Charmat method

Appearance: Pale-straw with an elegant and persistent perlage

Bouquet: A wide array of aromas, including notes of honey, jasmine, and wisteria with hints of apples and white peaches.

Palate: Ripe fruit, well-balanced by a refreshing and crisp finish

Food Pairings: The aperitif wine par excellence, it can be enjoyed with fresh seafood and salads. Perfect for a traditional Italian Spritz!

Indicazione Geografica TipicaPinot Noir

ABV: 12%

Region: Provincia di Pavia

Soil: Chalky and medium-textured

Appearance: Rich garnet

Bouquet: Ripe red fruits like raspberries and cranberries appear on the nose and are soon followed by warm baking spices.

Palate: Delectably balanced with a velvety yet robust finish

Food Pairings: Savory foods with umami flavors such as truffles, risotto, red meat, and a variety of cheeses.

Indicazione Geografica TipicaCabernet Sauvignon

ABV: 12%

Region: Delle Venezie

Soil: Fertile clay soil rich in minerals

Appearance: Dark ruby

Bouquet: Classic notes of cassis and black tea suffuse this wine. Luscious notes of cedar and vanilla complement its elegant but bold tannin structure.

Palate: Medium to full bodied with a pleasant lingering finish

Food Pairings: Hearty pastas and stews, grilled or braised beef, pork, and veal

Indicazione Geografica TipicaToscana

ABV: 13%

Region: Tuscany

Soil: Reddish Mediterranean soil

Appearance: Ruby with highlights of lavender

Bouquet: Ripe red fruit and notes of baking spices

Palate: Fruit up front, soft and smooth on the palate with well-balanced tannins and a long finish.

Food Pairings: Perfect with classically robust Tuscan dishes, including hearty pastas and grilled meats.

Indicazione Geografica TipicaMerlot

ABV: 12%

Region: Delle Venezie

Soil: Chalky clay soil

Appearance: Deep ruby

Bouquet: This wine has a lovely herbaceous nose with hints of fruit.

Palate: Luxurious body with currant and cherry highlights well-balanced with delicate tannins.

Food Pairings: Italian antipasti as well as hearty roasted, grilled, and braised meats.

Indicazione Geografica TipicaChardonnay

ABV: 12%

Region: Trevenezie

Soil: Fertile clay soil with limestone

Appearance: Straw with light golden hues

Bouquet: Aromas of tropical fruit and green apple predominate

Palate: Delicate and well-balanced, this wine has a delicious chardonnay character derived from time in stainless steel rather than oak.

Food Pairings: Ideally suited to lighter meals such as seafood, poultry and fresh pasta.

Vinted for those who enjoy the finer things in life, these beautiful wines are lauded for their versatility, depth, and gracefulness

About Santa Marina

Wonderfully vinted wines from a family owned winery.

Santa Marina wines are the truest expression of quality and passion born from longstanding techniques and traditions hailing from some of the most renowned regions in Italy: Delle Venezie, Tuscany, Provincia di Pavia, and the Prosecco DOC.

The Winemaker

Walter Zuccotto was born in 1976 on Lake Garda, a small town known for wine-making. After developing an interest in wine and wine-making he went on to study Enology in Valpolicella. Prior to joining Enoitalia, Walter honed his skills working at wineries in Valpolicella. He is now the head winemaker at Enoitalia.

History

Santa Marina is vinted at a privately held winery owned by the Pizzolo’s. The Pizzolo family has been involved in Italian agriculture since 1975 when Giovanni Alberto Pizzolo decided to invest the money he’d saved while working as a farmer to buy his first piece of land. He started out growing crops in Zimella, a little village in the countryside between the towns of Verona and Vicenza. After his death, Giovanni’s business was passed on to his four sons: Giuliano, Augusto, Floriano, and Giorgio. A few years later, in 1986, the Pizzolo family acquired a winery located in Calmasino di Bardolino and started Enoitalia. Thus began a new exciting adventure for the Pizzolo family. Enoitalia has since become one of the most respected cellars in Italy, revered for its quality, and its ability to play the role of a creative protagonist in the international panorama of wine.