Primitivo can be Crisp and Refreshing too!
In the case of this rosé, the name, Tramari, refers to the location of the production area. Salento “comes from the light and the winds of our summers, between the two seas of the Salento.” The mineral influence of the Ionian and Adriatic seas is evident. Tramari is made from 100% Primitivo from thin clay soil with rocks. This rosé is fermented in stainless steel tanks, which lends to its crisp, fresh nature. A delicate, cotton-candy pink in color, Tramari has intense aromas of cherry and raspberry, with a smooth, rich, clean palate. Tramari rosé is delightful by itself as an aperitivo, or with roasted fish. It is pretty versatile to pair with several other dishes as well, including roasted chicken, salads and seafood.
Tramari truly delivers and is a perfect expression of just how versatile primitivo can be. While this rosé is a great choice for spring or summer, it would be delightful any time of the year. Ideally, I would sip Tramari Rosé of Primitivo on the beach. There’s just something harmonious about the breeze in my hair and this refreshing pink drink on my palate.
Be sure to check out San Marzano’s Tramari Rosé of Primitivo!
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