Saroto Nat Cool

Saroto Nat Cool

Arribas Wine
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€18,50  Tax included.
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€24,67 per Litre
Country: Portugal
Region: Douropr Content: 0.75 L
Type of Wine: Red
Grape: Field Blend
Funky Factor: Funky with a classic twist
Allergens: Contains Sulfites

Perfect Drinking Temperature: slightly chilled
Alcohol: 11,5%
Grape Percentage: 85% Red and 15% White Grapes - field blend (Tinta Gorda, Tinta Serana, Bastardo, Rufete, Alvarelhao, Alfrocheiro, Verdelho, Malvasia, Bastardo Branco, ect)

Winemaking: Organic viniculture, Natural Wine, Herbicide-free farming, Use of natural yeast. Unfined, Unfiltered. Vegan Friendly.

"Our interpretation of Niepoort´s NatCool initiative. 70% produced in a Stainless Steel tank and the rest in neutral barrel. 85% red varieties and 15% white. Maceration for 2 days, after it is pressed and one part goes to barrel and another to a stainless steel tank"

Soil: Granite, Quartz and Clay.


ARRIBAS WINE - The winemaker of Saroto Nat Cool

Besides this red wine,  see all ARRIBAS wines.

Arribas Wine Company was founded in 2017, in Bemposta, Mogadouro. We aim to produce authentic wines, based in regional varieties, old vineyards and traditional techniques, as well as a degree of innovation. Thus, we strive to farm our vineyards as sustainably and respectfully as possible, and to make our wines in a minimalistic way.

The quest for diversity and a spot with unique characteristics took us to Bemposta, a small village from Mogadouro, where the grandparents of one of the founders were born. There we found very old vineyards, some of them recently abandoned due to the owners old age, with amazing potencial over a breathtaking landscape.
Our first brand – Saroto – came up after seeing all this potential not being fully explored. If Saroto is the local term to designate an animal with its tail cut off, the lizard pretends to simbolize the capacity of regeneration thus representing the will to recover and preserve such a rich and diverse heritage that otherwise would be lost.

Winemaker: Frederico Machado