“META”, means “AFTER” in Greek. What it is really about, is the continuous struggle with Time. What is left“after”, is the first “exposed” wine of Pieria Eratini Winery. n orange wine, without any sulfites added.
The new proposition by Pieria Eratini, inspired by long gone historical methods of vinification, is also a journey to the forgotten flavors of the past. After controlled oxidation, Malagousia takes off aromatically and savorily.
… amber color, aromas of flower honey and lime, which at a later stage are fortified through oxidation with notes of caramel and smoke, flowers of lemon, and sandalwood. In the mouth, a subtle saltiness sets the tempo. This saltiness is matched with the sensation of bergamot scent, while at the end, the oxidation and the concentration of the grape reveal themselves, leaving behind an almost sweet note in the aftertaste.
Mushrooms & Umami
ALC BY VOL
On the foothills of mount Olympus. All grapes have been carefully selected, and after long consideration of the terroir for each. These gifted oenologists are using rare and forgotten techniques that are traced all the way to the Byzantine Empire, to produce some globally unique wines