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Santoro Puglia Igp Primitivo 2017
  • The follow-up to our 2018 Euro WOTY
  • A soft, fruit-forward taste of Italy
  • Made to share

Santoro Puglia Igp Primitivo 2017 x12

$227.88

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Product Code: ER5557
Crafted with a stylistic approach well suited for Kiwi palates this is from a warmer, Southern region of Italy. There's plenty of new-world charm and some old-world cues. Italian wines have found form in recent years and it's the generosity of wines like this that makes it so popular.

Wine Region

ITALY

Drink Until

2021

Varieties

Primitivo

Alcohol

12.5%

Foods

Oak

None

Colour

Deep ruby red with purple reflections

Nose

Black and red fruits, along with Christmas cake notes. Ripe and richly matured. Good oak support, a very enjoyable wine.

Palate

Ripe and richly matured. A very enjoyable wine with plenty of generous charm.

Background

Our grape growers take care of their small vineyards as a garden. Their stories are as many as the names of their families. We have chosen one family name, Santoro, to thank them collectively: family by family, story by story. Santoro collection pays tribute to that part of Italy and Puglia that is finally expressing its potential: the vine-growing Salento, the new wine destination. With an ageing process made only in steel tanks, the reds and the whites from "Santoro" collection express the potential of a great selection of grapes. Fresh, aromatic and fruity wines, thought for an easy and enjoyable consumption, everyday drinks made with style.

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