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When you’re tired of the same old pinot noirs or cabernet sauvignons, try a juicy primitivo from the southern tip of Italy. Primitivo, the Italian name for zinfandel, has shed its past as an obscure blending grape in inexpensive wines, and it is now being made into distinctive, high-quality, varietal wines.