Can alchemist wine maker Warwick Smith convince you that a railway arch in East London is the perfect place for a winery? Lot’s of leading restaurants seem to agree…sorcery perhaps, but worth a watch, no? Taste your way through 3 bottles from Renegade Urban Winery and make up your own mind.
Taste your way through 3 bottles from Renegade Urban Winery, with a guided video tasting from the Founder, Warwick
‘Marsha’ 2019 Castelao Nat Fiz Rosé
A wine that smells like ripe bananas/banana bread! Strange but true. It also has notes of melon, stone fruit and a lovely fresh fruitiness…..
An absolute nightmare of a wine to make. However, who cares when it smells and tastes as good as this?!?!?
‘Sara’ 2019 Barrel Fermented Essex Chardonnay
Grapes grown in Essex, this wine has a salty, minerally, lemon peely, zesty Chardonnay, but with a unique and differentiating English twang. The cooler climate and winemaking touches has given this a lovely mid palate acidity that is ever so more-ish. This is the kind of wine you may want to drink cases of…..
‘Josh’ 2019 Sangiovese
Sangiovese is generally the principal grape used in Chianti. That famous Silence of the Lambs wine. This wine is no Chianti. Why not? Well to be a Chianti, you need to, amongst other things, grow the grapes in Tuscany. These grapes are grown a lot further south, in the heel of Italy in Puglia.