Fratelli Primitivo 2011: Review
Here’s wine buying tip. Get a wine list, ignore all the famous grapes varieties, then find a bottle with a few years of age on it and check the price. Chances are the quality of it will be the same as a wine that costs nearly twice the price but made from a famous grape. It worked here. As a result Fratelli Primitivo 2011 is a fully developed wine with interesting flavours of black cherries, stewed fruits, a bit of spice and some earth. Clear medium depth appearance. medium bodied with pronounced flavour intensity. Nice wine and good value at about AUD 35
15% alcohol by volume though it does not taste hot.
If you like this you might also like….
Arimia Zindandel 2013: Zinfandel (the other name for the primitivo grap) sold with bottle age
Chrismont Sagrantino 2015. Great winemaking from the King Valley with dark flavours and bottle age
Vinea Marson Nebbiolo 2014: Good value nebbiolo sold retail with bottle age from the same region
Food Matching | Food Pairing
Roast meats. For cheese, try a cheddar. See my cheese and wine pairing guide for more options.
Where to Buy
I bought mine from Northside Wines.