Cool. Good reccos depend, though, on want you need and want.
The Michelin Primacy MXM4 runflats (look for ZP designation) are a good all-season alternative.
Remember that the Giulia has no spare nor any accommodation for a flat tire episode at all, her than the runflat tires, so either stick with the feature or be prepared to deal with the possible consequences of dealing with a flat on conventional rubber.
Additionally, runflats offer better wheel protection than conventional rubber, so if you’re somewhere where the roads are poor condition and potholes are a real part of the road hazards, runflats can save you from expensive wheel damage. Particularly if you’re on the 19”s, the extra protection is nice.
Bridgestone Potenza RE050A runflats are another good AS option, and can be had in the wider 235 35 R19 size if you want to fit a wider tire. These get factory spec’d on a lot of the high performance German cars, like AMG S55 and BMW 5 series. The Ferrari California sports Brigestone runflats, too, BTW.
Anyway, pay close attention to designations, because the tire world is full of variants and little info, so finding and getting what you want can be tricky, pricing can vary widely within the same model based on the spec (esp. sizing). Using the example earlier, not all Primacy MXM4 are runflat, just the MXM4 ZP.