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Primitivo Riserva Fatalone - Buon Vino Natural Wines
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Primitivo Riserva Gioia del Colle Fatalone 2015

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One Line Description Primitivo Riserva Gioia del Colle Fatalone, rich, intense, rustic, full-bodied Natural red from the South of Italy
Production Method Natural, Organic
Country Italy Italian
Region Puglia, Italy
Producer Fatalone
Vintage 2015
Wine Type Red Wine
Wine Style Full bodied
Grape Blend 100% Primitivo
Alcohol 15% abv
Terroir 365m above sea level, thin layers of red earth mixed with limestone and silica sit on huge fossil-rich monolithic reefs, 40-50 hectolitres per hectare yield
Total Sulphur Level 66 mg/l
Maturation 12 months in stainless steel tanks, 12 months in Slavonic oak 750-liter-casks, 6 months in bottle.
Ageing Potential Will develop further over the next 3-5 years.
Production Detail Biodynamic
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Primitivo Riserva Gioia del Colle Fatalone, rich, intense, rustic, full-bodied Natural red from the South of Italy. It is exotically rich, super-ripe and oozing scents of fruits-in-alcohol and spicy-toasted wood. For those who love the intensity of of a hot climate red which packs a serious punch right the way through the bottle, this is the wine for you! But despite it's intensity, this doesn't lack complexity. Drink (slowly between two) with slow roasted shank or a beef stew that has been bubbling all day.


At the end of the 18th century Nicola Petrera, an ancestor of the current owner, chose the Spinomarino hill, the most aired and sunny one in the Gaudella area, to grow Primitivo grapes. Filippo Petrera has preserved both tradition and passion for this Primitivo until this very day. The family ensures the greatest care in every detail: organic farming, grape selection, processing and bottling. The family processes only their own estate grown grapes under the name 'Fatalone', with a total production of 40,000 bottles per 6 hectares of vineyards.

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