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Oshkosh, WI

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Check our Primo's comprehensive list of hand-selected wines from all over the world, including Italy, New Zealand, and Chile. Whether you prefer red, white, or sparking, you'll love our wine selection.

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3:00 PM - 6:00 PM

Monday - Friday

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Try our House Wines!

HOUSE WHITE WINE

Pinot Grigio - Chardonnay - Reisling - White Zinfandel - Soave

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Premium wine selections!

WHITE WINES

Ferrari Carano Chardonnay

(California) 60

Aromas of orange blossom, pear and green apple with a hint of toasted marshmallow.

 

Banfi San Angelo Pinot Grigio

(Tuscany) 37

Produced in the gentle climate of Tuscany this is the perfect complement to seafood, veal and poultry dishes.

 

Kim Crawford Sauvignon Blanc

(New Zealand) 35

From the Marlborough region on New Zealand’s southern island that is synonymous with sauvignon blanc.  Excellent ratings from the wine spectator.

 

Kendall Jackson Chardonnay

(California) 7, 32

Integrated tropical flavors blend with citrus notes and a hint of toasted oak.

 

Simi Chardonnay

(Sonoma, California) 28

Tropical fruit blends seamlessly with toasty vanilla notes.

 

Santi ‘Sortesele’ Pinot Grigio

(Italy) 26

Crisp, ripe and elegant with a refreshing finish.  Perfect with seafood.

 

Hess Chardonnay

(Monterey, California) 6, 24

Extraordinary fruit forward California style wine that displays both power & elegance.

 

Bolla Moscato

(Italy) 5, 23

Luscious and fruity with hints of flowers, pears and apricots.

 

Veramonte Sauvignon Blanc

(Chile) 5, 23

Chile’s Casablanca Valley is the premier place to grow Sauvignon blanc that ripens to perfection with rich fruit flavors complemented by lively acidity.

 

Loredona Viognier

(California) 5, 23

Fruity and Floral with flavors of peaches, apricots and citrus fruit.

 

Fontina Candida Frascatti

(Italy) 5, 23

Ancient white wine of the Romans.

 

Wollersheim Prairie Fume

(Wisconsin) 5, 23

Bursting with citrus and Tropical fruit aromas reminiscent of orange and grapefruit with a hint of sweetness.

 

St. Christina Spatlese Reisling

(Germany) 5, 23

Made sweet by the late harvesting of the grapes.  Enjoy alone or with rich, flavorful foods.

Banfi Brunello Di Montalcino

(Montalcino, Italy 2006) 105

Sangioves grapes are transformed into a world class wine. Aged for a total of four years including two years in oak barrels. It’s a masterpiece.

 

Silver Oak Cabernet Sauvignon

(Alexander Valley, California 2008) 103

Full and rich with a romas of nutmeg and dark chocolate.

 

Martinenga  Barbaresco

(Piedmont, Italy 2003) 95

Fantastic. Nebbiolo doesn’t get much fuller, opulent or silkier than this ripe and classy Barbaresco.

 

Baroli Barolo

(Piedmont, Italy 2001) 90

Well made. Balanced, ripe, blending tar and smoke with spice and plum.

 

Michele Chiarlo Barolo

(Piedmont, Italy 2003) 85

Sweet tasting and sophisticated, ripe and racy, firm, medium bodied and attractive, with some of the smoothest tannins you can imagine. Full bodied, dry and elegant with an intense rose bouquet and scents of licorice and spice.

 

Remo Farina Amarone

(Italy 2001, 2003) 72

It’s all in the details…from the special selection and handling of the grapes to the three to four years of aging in thick oak barrels. Ripe plum fruit flavors with almost sweet finish.

 

Colle Dei Venti Barolo DOCG Tufo Blu

(Piedmont, Italy 2004) 67

An overall austere wine with silky, smooth, dense tannins which emphasizes its long life and aging potential.

 

Ruffino Ducale Oro Chianti Classico Rieserva (Italy 2001, 2006) 67

Grown from the finest grapes in chianti classic and aged in oak for 24 months to produce a spectacular wine with distinct structure and a soft, lingering finish.

 

Binomio Montepulciano D’abruzzo

(Italy 2003) 63

100% Montepulciano from 30 year old vines in the mountainous area west of the Adriatic sea.

 

Inama Bradisismo

(Veneto, Italy 2003) 54

Soft fruit, cocoa and black pepper of the ripe carmener balanced the black cherry of the cabernet sauvignon.

 

Gabbiano Chianti DOCG 1.5 Liter

(Italy) 50

Deep dark prune red in color, with a floral bouquet of pressed violets.

 

Colle De Venti Barbaresco

(Italy 2005) 46

Refined and elegant with black berry and currant mid palate.  Leads to a bittersweet chocolate and cocoa finish.

 

Seghesio Red Zinfandel

(Sonoma, California 2010) 39

Tantalizing black raspberry and classic briary flavored wine.

 

Banfi Rosso Di Montalcino

(Montalcino, Italy 2006, 2010) 37

Produced from sangiovese clones and aged 12 months in oak barriques. An additional year of aging in the bottle contributes to the production of what is truly an exceptional wine.

 

Coppola Claret Cabernet Sauvignon Blend (California) 37

Made of a blend of cabernet sauvignon, Malbec, cabernet Franc, Merlot, and Petit Verdot from the vineyards owned by Francis Ford Coppola.

 

Inama Carmenere PIU

(Veneto, Italy 2003, 2005) 37

Colonized in the middle of the 19th century by emigrants returning from Aquitaine Carmenere is already considered a local variety in the hot, dry climate of the Colli Berici.

 

Gabbiano Chianti Classico Riserva

(Italy 2005) 35

Pair this with roasted meats and rich pasta dishes to see why the Chianti region has been recognized as the birthplace of fabulous wine. Elegant and refined with smoky finish.

 

Torino Don David Malbec

(Argentina) 5

Flagship red wine of Argentina. Plum and dark berry with toasted oak notes.

 

Banfi Chianti Classico Riserva

(Italy 2009) 33

Fresh and well balanced with pleasing aromas of cherries and plums. Perfectly pairs with grilled meats and red sauced pasta.

 

Da Vinci Chianti Classico

(Italy) 6.25, 32

This chianti classic has enough structure to stand up to lasagna or veal parmesan but it also is excellent with firm and hard cheeses. Truly a masterpiece.

 

Coppola Merlot

(California) 8, 32

Bing cherry flavors with an easy to drink spicy finish.  Excellent match for herb based dishes, pasta and grilled meats.

 

Layer Cake Shiraz

(Australia) 7, 32

An explosion of dark berry, black cherry, exotic spices & chocolate.

 

Tenuta Rapitala Campo Reale

(Italy 2008) 31

Very clean, with lots of berry, plum and floral flavors.  Medium to full Bodied.

 

Tenuta Rapitala Nuar Nero D’avola/Pinot Noir (Italy 2005) 31

Notes of fruit, warm and full, are achieved from 9 months in oak barrels. Soft and easy.

 

Banfi Chianti Classico

(Italy 2007, 2009) 30

Aged two years in oak casks to produce a well balanced wine that carries flavors of cherry, vanilla, cocoa and spice. Excellent accompaniment to roasted meat, pasta and cheese.

 

Hess Cabernet Sauvignon

(California) 6.50, 29

Using grapes from select growers in Monteray, Napa and Lake Mendocino Counties, this wine rewards with consistent quality and flavor.

 

Tormaresca Neprica

(Italy 2006) 29

A blend of Negroamaro, Primitivo, and Cabernet.  Aromas of berries and light licorice.

 

Gabbiano Chianti Classico

(Italy) 27

Robust flavors of rich berry and pepper allow this wine to compliment a wide variety of cuisine including fish and pizza.

 

Tierra Secreta Malbec

(Argentina) 5.50, 25

Black berry and spice followed on the palate by a rich dark berry fruit profile.

 

Silver Palm Cabernet Sauvignon

6, 25

Exquisite cabernet made from grapes from Napa and Sonoma. Amazingly elegant wine is the perfect partner for grilled and broiled red meats.

 

Santi Solane Ripasso Valpolicella

(Veneto, Italy) 25

Ruby red, intense bouquet, cloves, vanilla cherry jam and almonds. Dry taste, full, warm and harmonious with an elegant finish.

 

Mirassou Pinot Noir

(California) 5, 23

Balancing intense fruit flavors with delicate aromas and subtle hints of oak, this wine embodies the spirit passed down through six generations of the Mirrassou family.

 

Gabbiano Chianti DOCG

(Italy) 5, 23

Deep dark prune red in color, with a floral bouquet of pressed violets.

 

Cecchi Bonzino Sangiovese

(Italy) 5, 23

Dried cherry hints that lead to dusty tannins. Easy to drink by itself or great with food.

 

Villa Pozzi Nero D’avola

(Sicily) 22

Seductively reveals blackberry, white flowers and vanilla. Full bodied with great intensity.

RED WINES

HOUSE RED WINE

Pinot Noir - Merlot - Cabernet Sauvignon - Lambrusco - Valpolicella - Chianti - Bardolino

$4 a glass   $16 a bottle

DESSERTS AND SPARKLING

Korbel Brut

8

Crisp and refreshing with a light citrus note and pear on the finish.

 

Banfi Rosa Regale

(Italy) 40

Unique sparkling red with hints of rose petals and raspberries. Perfect partner to anything with chocolate.

 

Villa Grazia Limoncello

(Italy) 9

Limoncello is a sunny cheerful liquer served cold, it is delightfully refreshing after dinner and as a delicious enhancer for sorbets.

 

Riondo Proseco

19

Soft, Italian Sparkling wine with lazy bubbles.

 

Banfi Grappa

(Italy) 9

Fire in the belly.

 

Churchill’s 10 Year Tawny Port

(Portugal) 6

Almonds and caramel lead to a lingering finish.

 

Moet & Chandon White Star Champagne  (France) 75

A balance blend of the three vine varieties reveals a harmonious succession of sensations.

 

Mumms Cordon Rouge Brut Champagne (France) 75

A fresh golden yellow with jade tints, an elegant stream of bubbles rising to form a rich, lively foam.

 

Cuvee Dom Perignon Champagne

(France) 275

Bursting with toast, coffee and hazelnut flavors on an elegant, focused frame.

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