Renegade London Wine Renegade Mixed 5
|Grapes||Pinot Noir, Sangiovese, Sauvignon Blanc, Riesling, Nero di Troia, Prosecco|
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Marsha - Castelão Nat Fiz 2019 - A Naturally Fizzy style of sparkling wine (unlike Champagne, Prosecco, Cava and Crémant) which undergoes the first and only fermentation in the bottle. No added anything. No sulphur, no yeast, no fining, no filtration, no nothing. Just grapes. Fruity, off dry, unusual aromas of ripe banana. Get it while you can, due to how hard this wine was to make, we won't be making her again!
Kyra - 2019 Sauvignon Blanc - Bordeaux grown Sauvignon but given a new lease of life by using an experimental yeast strain developed in South Africa, to drag Kyra from France to the new world. Somewhere between a Sancerre and a NZ Sauvignon.
Charlie - 2019 Skin Contact Riesling - Pfalz grown grapes (Germany) fermented using wild yeasts, hand destemmed into a Georgian Qvevri and aged in old French oak barrels. German grapes, made using English, French, Italian, Georgian and Australian winemaking influences by an Italian and English winemaking team, in London. A waxy, textured, unfiltered, unfined, lemony, stone fruity wine.
Josh - 2019 Sangiovese - Chianti but not. Softer and lighter and more aromatic. Puglian grown, aromatic, soft, approachable, fruity, gently oaked London style of this Italian classico. Josh has an incredible story too. Look up Josh Boggi on google. A real survivor and inspiration.
Courtney - 2019 Nero Di Troia - Often this grape is made into a bold, tannic and almost dried grape/Amarone style, however, this is nothing like that. This was picked slightly earlier to lock in a slightly lighter, fresher and more aromatic style. It’s a very interesting wine with a spicy, unusual nose. Cardamom and palma violets and has similarities in terms of style to Pinot Noir.
Please be aware that this product is unfiltered/unfined and may therefore be cloudy or contain some sediment.
Renegade London Wine is a cutting edge Urban Winery based in Bethnal Green, East London.
They do not grow grapes. They purchase small parcels of top quality grapes from around the UK and Europe, hand harvest them and race them back to London and make wine.
When they started making wine in 2016 they were copycat winemakers. They asked the growers how they should make wine with their grapes, and they did what they said. This was a mistake. They should't be copying other styles. London should be leading the charge on new wine styles, winemaking approaches and using both ancient and modern techniques.
So in 2017 they changed. Our wines change year on year and they rarely repeat a wine or style. They make around 12-14 wines a year with a total current production of around 28,000 bottles. This may sound like a lot but it's really tiny for a commercial winery. This is one of the main reasons our wines are not cheap. They try to keep them as affordable as possible but they know that they need to be worth the money.
Each label shows the eyes of a different person who lives in the UK. They may not be born in the UK, they may not have gone to school in the UK, but they're part of this country. They each form a key part of the rich tapestry that makes the UK special. As as urban winery based in London, many of the faces are Londoners. That's just how it's worked so far. Anyone can apply to be on the labels.
Crafted by world class young winemakers, Renegade makes modern, innovative, premium wines here in London. Why? No appellation rules, no tradition, no BS. Just great wine.
Top Quality. Modern Wine. Made With Love In London.