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Aspen Lane "Big C" Primitivo 2013

Winemakers Notes
"Sourced from Les Collines Vineyard in the Walla Walla Valley against the foothills of the Blue Mountains of southeastern Washington, this wine is medium garnet in color and was picked at the end of the 2013 harvest. Primitivo is the Italian clone of Zinfandel, and in the Walla Walla Valley, it tends to ripen late in the season. Blueberry, black cherry, and raisin join with a hint of bell pepper on the nose. Black cherry, cranberry, tobacco, and black tea finish out the flavor profile on the palate. Smooth, chocolatey tannins lead into a long finish with a fair amount of natural acidity. Not nearly as ripe as California versions, and certainly not as jammy, this wine still packs a punch. Fermented in 100% neutral oak, drink now through 2020."
$
3199
750 ML
Available:
~11 bottlesCheck all Stores

Tenute di Emera "Antica Masseria del Sigillo" Primitivo di Manduria 2014

This "Top 100" winner is a great value at the Wine Spectator quoted retail of $17. At our beats-that-by-a-few-bucks price, this southern Italian charmer is perfect for drinking by itself and with any and all classic BBQ fare!
90 Wine Spectator
(4/2016) "There's a rich, mouthfilling quality to this medium-bodied red, offering a velvety mix of spiced cherry, mulberry and herbed olive, with accents of mocha and graphite. Plush tannins show on the juicy finish. Drink now through 2021. 2,500 cases made. Smart Buy."
$
1479
750 ML
Available:
~81 bottlesCheck all Stores

Botromagno Puglia Primitivo 2014

90 Our Score
(3/2016) A high elevation Primitivo from Puglia! Delicious notes of black cherry, vanilla and cinnamon spice conjure images of seaside trattorias. With rustic character, rich fruit, soft but firm tannins and a long, slow finish it is the perfect tonic for whatever ails you. Only 3,000 cases produced.
$
1359
750 ML
Available:
~83 bottlesCheck all Stores
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