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Feudo Croce Imperio 'LXXIV' Primitivo di Manduria 2016
Luca Maroni 96 Big, bold and ripe, this monster red from Italy is stunning. Full bodied with rich notes of blackberry, licorice and chocolate all wrapped around a core of soft and silky tannins. It's a wine that does not taste anything like any other sub $15 wines you have had before. This delivers
Item Number: 30313
Bottle:$16.95
Case: $101.70
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Feudo Croce Imperio 'LXXIV' Primitivo di Manduria 2015
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Tasting notes Color: Ruby red color, enriched with garnet reflections. Nose: Generous perfume, which recalls plums and ripe red fruits. Palate: This wine has a velvety texture, dry and spicy.  Vineyards Owned vineyards near Carosino (province of Taranto, Puglia) at almost 200 m.a.s.l. with a

Feudo di Santa Croce 'LXXIV' Primitivo di Manduria 2013
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91  Wine Spectator 
Wine Spectator 91 WS TOP 100 2015 Rank 67 "A rich red in a modern style, this offers supple, well-knit tannins and stylish hints of vanilla, mocha and graphite, accenting the ripe plum sauce and plump cherry fruit. Well-spiced, ending with a lingering, mineral-tinged finish. Drink now through

Feudo di Santa Croce 'LXXIV' Primitivo di Manduria 2010
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91  Wine Spectator 
Wine Spectator 91 WS TOP 100 2014 Rank 69 " A burly, brambly red, underscored by tarry smoke and underbrush notes, offering flavors of blackberry coulis, herb-marinated black olive, grilled mushroom and ground spice. This shows muscle that recommends it to short-term cellaring, made accessible by