Tasting Notes: Strawberries, raspberries, coffee, delicate roasted aromas, wonderfully accompanied by minerals. On the palate a juicy start, fresh, velvety, good density and wonderfully taut and full of character.
Tasting Notes: Diolinoir is a Swiss crossing between Diolly and Pinot Noir. Spicy and slightly smokey, with notes of ripe dark cherries and cassis. On the palate it's medium bodied with more spice, but also juicy fruit, minerality and good freshness.
Tasting Notes: Caramel, honey, bitter orange marmalade and Earl Grey tea. The grapes were partly de-stemmed and ferment in 1000L tanks for a twelve weeks with occasional push downs to slowly extract the tannins in the skins. After pressing the fermenting juice is transferred into small used barrels to age for a minimum of 2 years. Throughout that period there is no topping up or any kind of filtration or fining and all wines at Mythopia are being bottled without the addition of sulphur.
Tasting Notes: Some light vinegary notes are quickly replaced by fruity notes of raspberry, cherry, some black pepper and forest floor. On the palate it is juicy, with lots of crunchy fruit and a zingy acidity.
Tasting Notes: This rosé needs some aeration, but then its nose is filled with lovely fruit aromas: cherries, plums and rosehip mingle with peppery spice notes and slightly smokey oak. On the palate juicy with lots of zingy acidity.
Tasting Notes: The "three sweet ones" are fermented in amphora and then aged in oak barrels. On the nose passion fruit, citrus and herbaceous aromas. On the palate mineral, fresh and juicy. Lovely and glouglou!
Tasting Notes: Made with 15 days of carbonic maceration on whole bunches, this wine shows aromas of roasted nuts, nougat and smoke, which give way to herbs, citrus fruits and floral notes after aeration. On the palate it's salty, citrusy and fresh, with beautiful length.