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Tenute Rubino Primitivo Punta Aquila 2017

Tenute Rubino Primitivo Punta Aquila

2017
Salento (Italy)

Punta Aquila is a Primitivo briefly aged in oak barrels. Complex, intense, concentrated, it is desti...

12.20

/ btl 0.75 L

Details for Tenute Rubino Primitivo Punta Aquila 2017

Type

Wine Red

Origin

Grapes

Producer

Alcohol content

14.5%

Bottle size and vintage

0.75 L - 2017

Review

Punta Aquila is a Primitivo briefly aged in oak barrels. Complex, intense, concentrated, it is destined to reserve pleasant surprises over time. Dark ruby, tending to garnet, the nose gives ethereal, fragrant and rich notes distinguish this wide and enveloping wine, which displays clear hints and nuances of cherry in spirit, blackberry, blueberry and black currant jam, rhubarb, humus, tobacco, ginger, black pepper and aromatic herbs.

Decisive, consistent and dynamic gustatory impact, from which a fascinating minerality emerges, which blends well with the powerful structure of the fruit, the vigorous acid boost and with the already pleasant and exuberant tannins. It prefers important dishes based on game and medium and long matured cheeses. Excellent with pappardelle with hare, pork stew, tripe rolls.

Recommendations

  • Optimum serving temperature:Between 16ºC and 18ºC

Customer reviews

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by: Mxbike&quad (6 Jan) - Vintage 2017

Parfait

Tout es parfait délais emballage et surtout le bon vin!! Bonne année 2020 merci bla bla bla bla bla bla

by: Vytautas (19/04/2017) - Vintage 2014

Really good

Its really nice primitivo, well balanced, medium body, soft tannins, and with pleasant aftertaste. I would recommend it to taste to my friends.

Tenute Rubino

Tenute Rubino

It was Luigi Rubino, in the nineties, who completely rediscovered Susumaniello, placed at the centre of a dual project: to enhance it in its best habitats, identifying crus in which to grow it as a single vineyard, and let it express itself over time. Oltremé, the simplest, stays 10 months in steel, while Torre Testa, the great selection, rests 6 months in steel, one year in barrique and another year in bottle.