Ca Ragni Wines Emilia Romagna



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soon you will be able to buy your unique wines from Ca Ragni winery

Emilia, a region in Italy known for its rich culinary traditions, is also home to some of the finest wines in the country. One of the prominent wine makers in Emilia is Mauro Ragni, who has been producing exceptional wines for years. His winery, Ca Ragni, is renowned for its dedication to quality and craftsmanship.

Mauro Ragni, with his expertise and passion for winemaking, has gained recognition not only in Italy but also internationally. His wines have caught the attention of wine enthusiasts around the world, including Australia. It is no surprise that he has decided to send his wines to Australia, a country known for its appreciation of fine wines.

What sets Emilia wines apart is not only the skill of the winemakers but also the unique terroir of the region. The combination of fertile soil, favorable climate, and traditional winemaking techniques contribute to the distinct flavors and aromas found in Emilia wines.

But the story doesn't end with Mauro Ragni and his winery. His son, Matteo Ragni, has made a name for himself as a well-known chef in Sydney. With his deep understanding of Italian cuisine and his passion for showcasing the best of Italian flavors, Matteo Ragni will be presenting you with a truly unforgettable wine tasting experience.

When you indulge in Emilia wines, you are not just savouring a glass of wine. You are immersing yourself in the history of Italian winemaking, a tradition that has been passed down through generations. Each sip tells a story of dedication, craftsmanship, and a deep connection to the land.

Whether you are a wine connoisseur or simply someone who appreciates the finer things in life, Emilia wines from Italy will captivate your senses and transport you to the heart of Italian wine culture. Experience the legacy of Mauro Ragni and the culinary expertise of Matteo Ragni as they bring the flavors of Emilia to Australia.

Indulge in the rich history and exquisite flavours of Emilia wines. Discover why these wines have become a symbol of Italian winemaking excellence. Join us on this journey and let your taste buds be delighted by the magic of Emilia wines from Italy.

Bolle Bianche

This is a classic sparkling white wine. A lovely delicate and slightly fruity bubble which is perfect for summer afternoons. It is the colour of an Italian sunset. Ideally served as an aperitivo.






Bolle Rosé

Fine and durable bubbling with an elegant nose, combining small red berry fruit and floral overtones. Ideal as an aperitif, with cured meats and cheese, alternatively with fish soup or any other fish-based dish.






Ca Togni

Obtained from the white bombino vine, it takes on the name of Pagadebit (Debt-Payer) after the characteristic generosity of this vine in producing healthy grapes in all vintages. This is how the Pagadebit name came about. With its bright/yellow color and greenish reflections, typically for this vine, it has floral hints of Hawthorne, fruity white peach aromas and a pleasant taste. It is generally an ideal companion to fish-based dishes, excellent as an aperitif, and good alongside traditional flatbreads (so called ‘piada’ or ‘piadina’) and soft cheeses.







Teresa is our best white wine. From the Grechetto gentile grapes on the hills of Rimini, ripened by the warm sun, this DOP wine has a wonderful balanced taste. Best served with fish.






Botte Piccola

Our Botte Piccola, or Small Barrel, is a masterpiece. The colour is intense red with shades of purple. We can smell berries and raisins and tastes notes of cocoa, liquorice and cinnamon. This full bodied drop is best paired with strong flavours such as truffle, seasoned cheese and red meat which all enhance the complexity of our Botte Piccola.






The Story of Secondo

My great grandfather, whose name was ‘Secondo’, started our vineyard in 1954. He purchased 10 acres of land and planted the Sangiovese vines. Why was his name ‘Second’ I wondered? It is a funny story. Families in the past were big and with so many kids they called the first ‘First’, the second ‘Second’ and so on. There are so many reasons we invite you to discover this land and our wines. We make whites, reds and wonderful sparkling wines! Our grandfather’s favourite wine is Botte Piccola – a Sangiovese blend aged in large barrels for a year and then in small French Oak barrels for six months. Our Ca Togni white wine is made with a local grape called Pagadebit which means Pays the Debt. This grape variety – native to our region and always able to be grown – was used to pay debts amongst farmers in 50s and 60s.