Food & Drink

November 5, 2013 3:44 PM

Primitivo: Zinfandel's close cousin slowly growing in popularity

Primitivo is very similar to zinfandel and can be hard to find, but if you decide to try it, you'll be on the cutting edge of California wine.

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