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  • Genetic research has shown that zinfandel and the Italian wine grape called primitivo are identical.

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  • For more than 125 years, the grape known as primitivo, and now zinfandel, dominated vineyard acreage in California.

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  • Protagonismo y marginación de la mujer en el cristianismo primitivo Banished Daughters of Eve: The Protagonist Roles and Marginalization of Women in Early Christianity.

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  • No fundo, é o teatro primitivo, aquele que sempre foi representado, mesmo nas épocas que privilegiam as formas mais rarefeitas e elaboradas.

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  • The Delicious Life: always much more about the wine - primitivo wine bistro

    always much more about the wine - primitivo wine bistro

  • A very fatal book was one entitled _Opus de anno primitivo ab exordia mundi, ad annum Julianum accommodato, et de sacrorum temporum ratione.

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  • The wines on offer are a pinot grigio blend and a red wine, rosso primitivo, both with a suggested price of $9.99.

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  • StoneTree has proved exceptionally good for red grapes, including cabernet sauvignon and the other Bordeaux reds; Rhône reds such as syrah, grenache and mourvèdre; and more unusual varieties such as barbera, tempranillo, primitivo and zinfandel.

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  • So indirectly then there were some plants of primitivo gomez thousand oaks ca clubs.

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