$27.00 USD

Attanasio’s Primitivo Rosato, aged partly in steel tank and partly in above-ground glazed clay amphorae—which keep the lees in suspension and lend the wine roundness and textural depth—is profoundly spicy, with notes of cinnamon and sun-baked herbs flanking a palate of glycerin-like heft. As with his reds, Alessandro achieves an admirable balance between wildness and restraint here, although it is adamantly a rosato that beckons for food.