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UIVO Pt Nat Renegado

$34.00

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Vintage: 2020
Region: Douro, Portugal
Viticulture: Organic
Grape varieties: Unknown field blend

UIVO Pt Nat Renegado is the fizzy sister to one of our favorite Portuguese reds. A traditional field blend from an 85-year-old vineyard.

Song: Someone to Chill With by Erika de Casier

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ABOUT THE PRODUCER

About UIVO Pt Nat Renegado

UIVO Pt Nat Renegado is the fizzy sister to one of our favorite Portuguese reds. A traditional field blend from an 85-year-old vineyard.

About Folias de Baco

Tiago Sampaio is the innovative young winemaker of Folias de Baco, a project started in 2007 that one could say was spearheaded in his childhood piggybacking on his grandfather through the farms and vineyards, always curious and plucky, willing to experiment at every step of the way. It was this incurable fascination that led him into agricultural studies at Santo Tirso and then five years of university in Vila Real, but it wasn’t until completing an agricultural engineering course that opened the doorway for his Ph.D. studies in Oregon for Viticulture and Enology. It was here that Tiago picked up on modern philosophies and aesthetics of winemaking, while never forgetting his roots in the Douro and returning to create his estate that has garnered much attention since. Specifically located in the Alto Douro, in the sub-region of Cima-Corgo – where the land is rough, tough, and challenging – you will find his vines clinging to the slopes of schist and granite at an altitude between 500-700m. Tiago is essentially bridging the traditions of his homeland with learned modern aesthetics, creating field blends of both red, white and mixed from indigenous varietals planted some 80 years ago, while carefully attending to his new fixation of Pinot Noir vines that he makes both red and rosé. Tiago has set his sights higher, pushing the boundaries of his curiosity and what some might not expect out of such a traditional region.