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Primosic "Riserva" Ribolla Gialla di Oslavia 2011

92+ Our Score
(2/2016) One of the hit wines at our February 2016 Tre Bicchieri winemaker dinner, this 2011 Ribolla Gialla Riserva from Marco Primosic has earned the coveted "Tre Bicchieri" award from Gambero Rosso and is one of the most interesting wines coming out of Friuli. The grapes are harvested from the hill of Oslavia, bordering Slovenia, and the wine is made using ancient techniques of extended skin maceration. The result is a beautiful "orange wine" that Gambero Rosso describes as "one to sweep away the competition." Their tasting notes state: "Aromas of orange zest, golden tobacco, rum, and apricot tart, and a very dry, warm, mouthfilling palate." Still a youthful wine, we recommend a one hour decanting. Make sure to stash a few bottles away to enjoy years down the road too!
750 ML

Primosic "Murno" Collio Pinot Grigio 2014

91 Our Score
(10/2016) A stunning wine here from a Tre Bicchieri-winning winery in northeastern Italy. From the first sip you will realize this is NOT your mother's Pinot Grigio! Extended skin contact during vinification gives this premium bottling from Primosic a luxurious mouthfeel and depth of flavor, with citrus, ripe stone fruit, minerality and spice. A perfect pairing for richer chicken and fish dishes, this versatile wine is ideal as a companion to a meal or for sipping it on its own.
750 ML
~47 bottlesCheck all Stores

Primosic Venezia Giulia Ribolla Gialla 2013

One of the favorites at Barrington's 2016 Tre Bicchieri Dinner! An awesome welcome wine.
90-91 Our Score
(2/2016) This northeastern Italian gem introduces itself to you with an explosive nose showing off floral aromas of acacia and orangle blossom layered over orchard and citrus fruits. Some shell minerality offers itself up in the nose as well as on the fairly rich, medium-bodied palate. This experience is an exciting marriage of the best qualities of Viognier and Chablis.
750 ML
~22 bottlesCheck all Stores
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