Out of stock
This is crazy value! The importer is clearing this premium label Italian red from their portfolio – a Primitivo that was selling for close to $30 has now been slashed to move the final stocks from their warehouse.
If you’re into Primitivo (also known as Zinfandel in other parts of the wine world) then chances are you’ll be chucking a case or two into your cart right now. New to this variety and want to know more? Sweet as, read on! But don’t sit on it for too long, we’ve only been able to secure limited stocks of this deal at this price.
Produced from 50 year old vines, hand harvested fruit and aged in oak for over a year. It’s full bodied, rammed with rich, ripe, spicy dark fruit and fig flavours. Oozing with class, gloriously drinkable, the bottle alone looks and feels like it’s worth $30 and then some. Wait ’til you try the wine!
Bit of a novice when it comes to Italian wine labels? That’s cool, we’ll break it down for you…
Giordano – the name of the winery
Albarello – a traditional practice of cultivating head-trained bush vines
Primitivo – the grape (also called Zinfandel in some quarters)
di Manduria – the district of Puglia (Italy) the wine comes from
DOC – Denominazione di Origine Controllata is the second level of a four tier Italian wine classification system (DOCG, DOC, IGP/IGT and finally Vino da Tavola, table wine or as we call it…plonk for plonkers!)