Taste of Italy Mixed Case
  • Red Wine, Sparkling Wine, White Wine
  • Barbera, Corvina, Glera, Rondinella, Verdicchio
  • Dry
  • 750ml

Taste of Italy Mixed Case

Marche, Italy
Piedmont, Italy
Veneto, Italy
Regular price $324.40per case
12 bottles per case
Only 1 items in stock!

Limited release! This Italy Mixed Case features a selection delectable classics. Each pack contains 3 bottles of each of the following wines:

3 x Conti Riccati  
Prosecco DOC  (Veneto, Italy) 
Sparkling | Glera

Family since the 14th century, Conti Riccati produces wines that are 100% sustainable. This Prosecco boasts juicy white peach, green apples, fresh herbs, white flowers, and a hint of tangerine zest. Fresh acidity and creamy flavours make it the perfect everyday senesation.

Pairing suggestion: Cheese and charcuterie board, antipasto, and even sushi! 

3x Boccadigabbia
Verdicchio di Matelica DOC 2020 (Marche, Italy)
White | Verdicchio

A historic winery owned by the Bonaparte family since the First French Empire. Straw yellow with gold hints. Apple blossom, apricots and white peach transition into the luring scent of an herbs garden. Vividly mineral-driven, with a lingering almond finish.

Pairing suggestion: Marcona almonds, prosciutto, potato-cheese puff pastries, quiche, and savoury soufflés.

3x Ca' del Monte
Valpolicella Ripasso Classico Superiore DOC 2016 (Veneto, Italy
Red | Corvina, Rondinella

This classic Ripasso displays a luring cherry bouquet with notes of grilled herbs, iris, violet and almond. Silky and warm with an elegant mouth feel that finishes with plump fruit and a kiss of oak.

Pairing suggestion: Game, roast chicken, pizza and pasta with bold sauces. ​It is also delicious with aged cheeses!

3x Punset
Barbera d'Alba 2019 (Piedmont, Italy) 
Red | Barbera

A Piedmont icon. 100% organic. A beauty wine that boasts intense red berry. Crunchy, fresh, with a mesmerizing purity of fruit evidently displayed thanks to the total absence of wood. 

Pairing suggestion: Trust us when we say Marinara pizza.


Delivery timeline:
It requires four full cases of each wine in order for us to build and fulfill four mixed cases. This process usually takes about 7-10 business days but may vary.

About the Winery


In 1956, when Mariano Alessandri purchased Boccadigabbia, he was buying a unique piece of Italian history. The estate had been the property of the Bonaparte family since the First French Empire! Boccadiabbia’s 10 hectares, planted entirely to the vine, are located in the Castelletta di Fontespina district, on the first hills that rise from the Adriatic sea towards the ancient village of Civitanva Alta in the Marche. Elvidio (Elvio) Alessandri, Mariano’s son, is at the helm today, assisted by his three sons, Lorenzo, Francesco, Agnese, and daughter Federica. Though the estate first achieved notice with their critically-acclaimed Cabernet ‘Akronte’, the family has worked diligently in recent years to shed the influence of Boccadigabbia’s imperial past and promote the importance of native grapes, best expressed by the unique terroir of the Marche.

Many of the vineyards of Montepulciano, Sangiovese and Ribona enjoy open exposure to the south, yet due to the proximity and moderating influence of the sea, the wines possess both a cheerful depth of fruit as well as tension and restraint. Elvio is particularly enamored of the rare Ribona grape, of which there is barely 100 hectares planted in all of Italy! Rosso Piceno, the estate’s most prominent wine, is sourced from about five hectares in sandy clay soils of moderate elevation at about 180 meters. Emiliano Falsini joined the team as head enologist in 2010, implementing traditional vinification methods, modifying the oak regimen to use of 2nd and 3rd passage only, and ensuring the strict use of environmentally sustainable practices.

Ca' del Monte

Ca del Monte is situated on the hillsides overlooking the village of Negrar, in the heart of Valpolicella. It has belonged to the same family for generations, and is now run by brothers Umberto and Giuseppe Zaconte. There’s nothing fancy about this place. The house and winery are modest - and are attached to a 17th century monastery.

The estate is approximately 50 acres, and its 15-65 year old vines lie on gentle slopes at 800-900 meters. They grow on four soils including clay, limestone, red volcanic soil with red stones, and “Toar,” a green volcanic soil. The vineyards of Ca Del Monte are planted with 20-40 year old vines of Corvina, Rodinella and Molinara grapes that are planted in poor soils that stress the vines and nurture the fruit. All of the farming is done traditionally and non-certified organic.

Conti Riccati

Conti Riccati is located in the rolling hills outside of Castelfranco, Veneto; in the province of Treviso. Their vineyards extend along 20 hectares inside a bigger property that has belonged to the Riccati family since the 14th century.
Valperto Azzoni, his wife along and their four children are the direct descendants of the Riccati family and have the same enthusiasm and respect for the land, that their ancestors had in the past.

Conti Riccati grows mostly Glera, Pinot Gris and Pinot Noir though they are most known for their Prosecco.
​The winemaker, Salvatore Lovo and the agronomist, Giovanni Pascarella take great pride in making the wines and tending the vineyards for the family. They practice sustainable viticulture and are currently in organic conversion.


Punset is an innovator when it comes to organic wine. Inheriting the estate in 1982, Marina Marcarino is a fifth generation winemaker, and she took her estate to the future whilst preserving age-old traditions.

She transformed all 20 hectares of her land into a fully organic vineyard during a time where major producers of Barolo and Barbaresco were abandoning tradition to compete commercially. Instead of following the trend, she struck out on her own, and made wines that resonated with her past and passions. Known for the very first certified organic Barbaresco of Italy, Marina continues to show the world that you can preserve tradition and think of the future simultaneously.