“The Meth’Imon line represents the ultimate in Greek wine making. It is often called “the Greek Chateauneuf du Pape”.
Opsimo means “late harvest”. It is a very limited edition wine that only comes out in certain years (usually every two or three years). Its production is only 1500 bottles. It spends 32 months in oak and 12 more in the bottle. The color is densely red, and the nose is concentrated with black fruits, bell pepper, tobacco, chocolate, and fresh oregano. In the mouth it features round tannins and spectacular oak, combined with voluptuousness and finesse. The aftertaste is subtly sweet, with an impressive duration.”
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Grenache Rouge 33%
Rapsani is an old and historical village on the foothills of mythical Olympus. It is one of four PDO regions for the most notable red grape of Greece, Xinomavro, where it participates in a blend of 3 equal parts with other indigenous grapes Krasato and Stavroto.