Yes - I think you are correct with Aglossa pinguinalis (range includes Italy).
But I am not 100% sure.
A. pinguinalis is most similar to A. caprealis (cuprealis) - (range covers much of Europe and N. Africa, incl. Italy).
The patterning is variable in both species to some extent, but A. caprealis is usually a coppery-brown colour, whereas A. pinguinalis is usually grey or a less-coppery brown. So I reject A. cuprealis, though not with a high degree of confidence.
The next most-similar species is A. signicostalis (range incliudes Italy).
That is too boldly marked.
Europe or near-Europe species, ruled out:
- A. asiatica - Cyprus and Crete
- A. exsucealis - Cyprus and Lebanon
- A. brabanti (brabantii) - too plain
- A. ocellalis - little information, but does not fit original drawing (1863)
- A. dimidiata (dimidiatus) - Gibraltar
- A. rabatalis - Morocco (and elsewhere?), does not fit original drawing (1922)
(There are quite a few other species further afield.)