Since 2002, Vitis Imports has searched for exceptional wines from dedicated producers. Today, we’re the leading importer of Italian wines in the United States, representing 112 Italian wineries, covering more appellations and grape varietals than the competition. In addition, our distinctive wines from renowned regions of France, Spain, Portugal, and Argentina complement the portfolio.

While representing a diverse assortment of natural, organic, certified organic and biodynamic wines, our portfolio focuses mainly on “families,” in other words, smaller estates where the winemakers grow their own grapes and bottle their own wines.

Vitis prides itself in its balanced coverage of Italy, unlike many that focus primarily on Piedmont and Tuscany. We offer wines from every one of Italy’s wine-producing regions, from French-speaking Val d’Aosta and German-speaking Alto Adige in the north to the islands of Sicily and Sardinia.

Of course, like all fine wine lovers, we are fans of Nebbiolo from Piedmont and Sangiovese from Tuscany. However, no grape variety is too small for us. Gaglioppo, Cococciola, Ancellotta, Tintilia and Susumaniello are a few examples of our diverse selection, a favorite among restaurant and wine shop buyers in search of the esoteric and the rare.

feudo montone

95 points Robert Parker for Feudo Montoni 2011 Nero d’Avola Vrucara

Above: A view of the Feudo Montoni vineyards on the island of Sicily. Feudo Montoni 2011 Nero d’Avola Vrucara 95... More
tortellini in brodo recipe los angeles

LA Times recommends: Caprari Lambrusco Secco Frizzante Colcer

Above: Tortellini in brodo make for a classic New Year’s Eve dish in Emilia-Romagna where Lambrusco is the preferred pairing.... More
aglianico vulture best

Carbone: The “other” Aglianico

Winery website. As southern Italian wine becomes more and more popular in the United States, we increasingly see the Aglianico... More

Sedilesu Mamuthone brings home Tre Bicchieri award

We are thrilled to share the news that the 2012 vintage of the Sedilesu Mamuthone has been awarded the Tre... More
bruno nada fiorenzo barbaresco

Antonio Galloni: “Bruno Nada one of the most underrated growers in Piedmont.”

Above: Bruno Nada, son of Fiorenzo Nada, founder of the Fiorenzo Nada winery. Click here for the Fiorenzo Nada website.... More