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Pillastro Primitivo 2016
Three-time Vinitaly Winemaker of the Year Angelo Maci is a champion of southern Italian wines. His dark, fruit-rich Primitivo wins awards from international critics (plus Favorite clicks galore). A must-try for any fan of big, juicy reds.
Single Vineyard Primitivo Pillastro 50th (magnum) 2017
When three-time Vinitaly Winemaker of the Year Angelo Maci offered to produce a one-off edition of Pillastro – our No. 1 most-loved Italian red – we jumped at the chance to get some in your glasses. We think you’ll be pleased, too.
Massaro Del Fondo Appassimento 2018
Rated "one of the best Italian red wines of the year" (with a remarkable 98 points) by top critic, Luca Maroni, this luscious appassimento beauty from Tuscany's famed Barbanera family has layers of deep, plummy flavor. Not to be missed.
Zolla Primitivo di Manduria 2017
International wine judges have left little doubt: this rich Italian Primitivo will be a sure-fire hit with all who taste it. Sourced from twisted old vines in ancient Manduria, it brims with luscious, dark-berry flavor and toasty spice.
Tenuta di Somaro Aglianico Primitivo 2016
When Mario Ercolino stumbled upon a small parcel of ancient vines deep in Puglia’s countryside, he knew he’d found something special. Thanks to southern Italy’s superb 2016 vintage, this hugely acclaimed release might be his richest yet.
Il Basso 2018
Located in southern Italy’s red-hot Puglia region, Leonardo Palumbo’s family estate has produced world-class wines since 1913. We can’t wait for you to try his velvety, berry-packed blend of native stars Nero di Troia and Montepulciano.
Tenuta Albrizzi Cabernet Sauvignon Primitivo 2018
Super Tuscan reds are some of Italy’s most renowned, expensive wines. Here’s a powerful challenger to the style (with a seriously impressive resume) from sunny Puglia and repeat winner of Vinitaly’s Winemaker of the Year title.
Il Brutto Negroamaro Primitivo 2018
When the talented Angelo Maci saw the old, low-yielding vines that produced Il Brutto, he knew they had the potential to make a seriously concentrated, dark-fruited reds. Here’s the delicious result, direct from southern Italy’s great 2018 vintage.
Pillastro Selezione d'Oro 2019
Three-time Italian Winemaker of the Year Angelo Maci uses his oldest (and most flavor boosting) vines for this luxurious, barrel-aged rarity. Puts a much-deserved spotlight on the sunny region of Puglia – a must taste for fans of blockbuster reds.
Dragone Selezione Rosso 2018
Named for the dragon on the Lento family’s coat of arms, this barrel-aged blend from Italy’s Calabria showcases rare grape, Magliocco (which adds an irresistibly velvety touch to plummy Merlot). With big points AND big flavor, it’s a must-taste.