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Uva de Vida Biografico Rosado


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Vintage: 2020
Region: Castilla, Spain
Viticulture: Biodynamic
Grape varieties: ​50% Graciano and 50% Tempranillo

Uva de Vida Biografico Rosado comes from the estate’s youngest vines, with electric energy that shows clearly and dynamically.

Song: You’ve Got A Friend by James Taylor

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About Uva de Vida Biografico Rosado

Uva de Vida Biografico Rosado comes from the estate’s youngest vines, which have electric energy that shows clearly and dynamically.

About Uva de Vida

Uva de Vida is a small, biodynamic farm in the Santa Olalla area of Toledo. Maria Carmen López Delgado started her project in 2005 after she found herself beating a severe illness by realizing that intimate work with the earth and all of its energy could rejuvenate her ailments. “If we take care of the earth, we take care of ourselves. Life has given me a new opportunity.” Together with her husband Luis Ruiz, they work in Castilla’s dry and extreme continental climate with 9.5 hectares of Graciano (a relatively rare red grape in Spain, let alone Castilla) and 3 hectares of Tempranillo. Without even the use of copper or sulfur in the vineyard, they have a sincere passion and dedication to keeping their land perfect for producing incredible grapes situated between cereal fields and Cornicabra Olive groves. Music accompanies the vines and the cellar to move subtle energy around using the gentle vibrations of sound waves. The Mandala image on the label of each bottle is the complex geometric diagram of their vineyard (at 40˚ latitude), which outlines these energetic vibrations crucial to their biodynamic farming practices.

Further Label Information: The 8-pointed star references Toledo’s Arabic & Jewish past, which represents the connection between heaven & earth, and the stable balance between spirit (cosmic) and matter (telluric). Also, it pays homage to the ancient Mediterranean civilizations that worshiped the sun, which they represented with eight rays as a hallmark of spiritual realizations, representing the sum of all aspirations, a symbol of life that inspires us.