It was led by pedro mateo and salarogo ambaristo though some sources refer to a single person named pedro ambaristo with its events occurring in the present day town of piddig in ilocos norte. Flags and symbols under british occupation.
Started making basi in the year 1906 99 years after the basi revolt.
Basi revolt. The light fermented sugarcane winemaker s most prominent product is the ambaristo named after the basi revolt hero pedro ambaristo. Flags and symbols under spanish occupation 2. 28 1807 they attacked and defeated the rebel force at what is now barangay village gongogong on the south banks of the bantaoay river in san ildefonso town 411 kms north of manila.
The ilocos regional museum complex in vigan city has in fact a dedicated gallery to the basi revolt paintings. This revolt was brought about by spain s move to forbid the production and sale of the local wine basi. Basi revolt 1807 the basi revolt also known as the ambaristo revolt was a revolt undertaken from september 16 to 28 1807.
This series of fourteen oil paintings on canvas comprise the earliest known works to depict a historical event in the philippines in this case the basi revolt of 1807 where in protest of the spanish colonial ban imposed in 1768 on the private manufacture of basi the traditional ilocano wine derived from sugarcane a considerable number of ilocanos in the north of the province the entire ilocos was a unified province until 1818 finally felt compelled to take up arms. The basi revolt happened in 1807 when rebel ilocanos marched from all over the north to overthrow the spaniards governing in vigan. The basi revolt erupted in piddig ilocos norte due to the wine monopoly by the spanish colonizers in 1786.
It was led by pedro mateo and salarogo ambaristo and started in piddig badoc and other towns of ilocos norte. Thus ended what is now recorded in history books as the 1807 basi revolt. It was led by pedro mateo and salarogo ambaristo and developed in piddig badoc and other towns of ilocos norte.
Basi del diablo wines of the salucop group inc. Hermano pule and the cofraria de san jose flags and symbols from 1800 to 1900 century. The spanish authorities then prohibited the filipino farmers from producing basi local fermented wine one of the major occupations of ilocano farmers.
The basi or ambaristo revolt. Flags and symbols under spanish occupation 1. The basi revolt also known as the ambaristo revolt was a revolt who started in september 16 1807.
Nagguilian basi is another basi brand in the northern part of the philippines. This revolt is unique as it revolves around the ilocanos love for basi sugarcane wine but last but not least for ilocanos love for freedom. The basi revolt also known as the ambaristo revolt was a revolt that started on september 16 1807.
The basi revolt also known as ambaristo revolt erupted on sept. This revolt is unique as it revolves around the ilocanos love for basi sugarcane wine. 16 1807 in the present day town of piddig ilocos norte.