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Fattoria Amo 'Rebel’ Pet NAT NV

Fattoria Amo 'Rebel’ Pet NAT NV

Farming : Organic | Biodynamic


Winemaking : Hand-Picked Grapes | Native Yeast Fermentation | Unfined | Unfiltered | No Added Sulfites | Vegan


Region : San Gimignano, Tuscany, Italy


Grape : Vernaccia


Alcohol by Volume : 11.5%




Rebel – 100% Vernaccia grapes – use the centuries-old winemaking method called “Pét-nat,” that produces a sparking wine clouded by yeast. There’s no artificial or technical intervention nor enological manipulation – no clarification or added sulphites – because the wine stays in one bottle from beginning to end. Rebel hasn’t yet been disgorged, the yeast settles on the bottom of the bottle over time and remains as a sediment. Zero residual sugar, an intense foam, apple, pear, citrus, delicious yeasty notes are part of the Rebel character. 


WARNING: open the bottle slowly as the yeasts in the wine may release the pressurised carbon dioxide all at once, causing a lot of froth and the spillage of wine.


Our village, with its medieval towers, is one of the few unspoiled places in the world, devoid of modernity thus recalling ancestral methods. Here Kong can climb its stone towers without being attacked by aircrafts and machine guns. He can rise high, not to escape from the human threat, but to enjoy a breathtaking landscape: an ancient undulating ocean of green hills as only Tuscany can offer.


Fattoria Amo is located in an ancient place that has remained untouched for a thousand years: uncontaminated hills covered with vineyards, olive trees and centuries-old oaks, a stone’s throw from the medieval city of San Gimignano. There could be no better place for our Kong who escaped from evil men. Our friend, here, has finally found peace! As in the fairytale of Beauty and the Beast, he can live with Ann happily ever after. Fattoria Amo represents what can be good in the world, and it does so with its imaginary characters and with a story: the story of a possible love, the one between the monstrous creature and Ann, the beautiful and apparently fragile woman. Because nothing is impossible! Like the presence of a myriad of marine fossils on our Tuscan hills at an altitude of 300m.