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Ardore Primitivo, San Giorgio: A rich, intense Italian red wine.

Ardore Primitivo is an Italian red wine from the Puglia region. Located in the south of Italy, it has long been known as "the cellar of Italy" because of its large wine production. It is renowned for its powerful, full-bodied red wines, and Ardore is no exception. The grape variety used for this wine is Primitivo, a variety native to the region that is also known as Zinfandel in California.

Aromas and flavours of Ardore Primitivo.

This wine is characterised by its deep ruby red colour and intense aromas of black fruits such as blackcurrant and blackberry. On the palate, it reveals notes of fresh fruit, chocolate and sweet spices. The tannic structure is assertive and well-balanced, giving it a long, persistent finish.

What type of wine lover is Ardore Primitivo best suited to?

This is an ideal wine for lovers of rich, powerful red wines, who appreciate fruity and spicy flavours. It goes perfectly with robust, flavoursome dishes such as grilled meats, stews, pasta with tomato sauce and mature cheeses.

Additional tasting notes

Color : Deep ruby red.

Nose : Intense, with fragrances of blackberries, black cherries and mild spices.

Mouth : Supple, balsamic notes, fresh and a sensual finale that is pleasantly mild.

Alcohol level : 13.0%

Winemaking : In stainless steel tanks

Food pairing : Wine of mediation, antipasti, cooked meats, grilled foods, pasta with sauce, oriental cuisine

Aging potential : 4-6 years

  • Country : Italy
  • Region : Puglia
  • Producer : San Giorgio (Mass. Civitella)
  • Appellation : Puglia IGP
  • Classification alfavin : Medium red
    Spicy, medium body and pleasant. This wine has enough structure to accompany a meal. A wine for every day.
  • Grape : Primitivo
  • Content : 75 cl
  • Type : Red
  • Wine Name : San Giorgio (Mass. Civitella) Ardore Primitivo 2021

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