Bouquet / Tasting notes:
Wild blackberry, raspberry, cherry, clove, and spice.

Dark Purple

Body: medium bodied, spicy tannins

lamb, pork, grilled beef, ribs, roasted red meats, wild game, spicy cheeses and pizza.

Side Notes:
a.k.a Zinfandel. Best location: Puglia because it's always warm and sunny. Originated of primitivo is from Greece. In the 17th century, Benedictine monks named the varietal "Primitivo" because it matured early.

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