Red dry wine; Protected Geographical Indication Slopes of Ainos, Kefalonia.
Its name refers to the initiation in the mystical world of wine, from its mythical creator, Dionysus (Bacchus) till present day connoisseur wine-maker Foivos and his guests.
Main variety Mavrodaphne, together with small Kefalonian red varieties (Theiako, Araklino).
Destemmed without crushing, maceration, fermentation and aging 6 to 8 months in oak barrels, filtering and bottling.
Intense red color; pleasant bouquet with complex aromas of gooseberry, dark plum and ripe cherries jam, combined with noble spices (cinnamon – cloves) flavors and hints of oak; rich tannins in harmony with a characteristic fresh acidity; finishes with peppery notes.
It dominates as escort of all kinds of meat in creative cuisine; underlines all pasta and cheeses; ideal starter for a social relationship, and perfect companion for anyone to drink it alone or with others. Served at 16-18 o C.
Μύηση (Myesis) 2014: Gold Medal at Berliner Wein Trophy 2016.
2012: Gold Medal at Berliner Wein Trophy 2015.
2012: Bronze Medal atDecanter2013
2009 Bronze Medal in Vienna AWC 2012.
2007: Bronze Medal in Vienna AWC 2011.
“Wine Spectator” 2007: Myesis 2005: 87/100
“Wine and Spirits”: Myesis 2009: 88/100
“Wine Enthusiast“ 2011: Myesis 2010: 84/100
Wine Advocate April 2016: Myesis 2012: 85/100