Barbera acid buzzsaw. Light tannins, bright cherry, cranberry, raspberry. A little mineral. From Perry’s, Provincetown. — 2 months ago
Very dense at first. Decanted. Highly concentrated, but lifting. A great nose of stone fruits, dried herbs, and salty minerality. Should age well. — 5 years ago
Great value and change up from the French grape blends. The nose raisin & molasses- Armarrone like. Full taste of fresh sundried fruit - plums/dates/figs with a tad pit of smoke which completes a rich full end. — 8 years ago
This Primitivo shows a medium-dark tint in the glass and a nose that is all fruit, all the time. Cherry aromas are joined by notes of plum and cassis, with just a hint of oak. After it sits for a bit, a whiff of smoke gathers at the top of the glass. The palate shows a lot of earthiness and a chalky quality, which we can chalk up to minerality. There is a lengthy finish that turns slightly tart on the fade. I would love to have this wine with some nice Italian sausages and pasta, or a meatball sub.
— 3 months ago
Mushrooms, rubber, salt. Light acid, heavy tannin. Nice. — 5 months ago
Crisp, petroleum, with body and tannins. Yum! — 5 years ago
A surprise! This primitivo opened to strawberries and sweet fruits. Not my go to variety, so I certainly enjoyed the change from my usual Cabernets. — 5 years ago