A biodynamic bargain, who says natural wines need to cost a fortune?
In an ancient Greek city, a Metic was a foreigner that was established there. With no political rights and no properties under their ownership, they did however participate to the cultural and economic life of the city. Metics were seekers of a better life and immigrants in a foreign country.
The Metic wines are result of immigration of foreigners, immigration of grapes, and exportation of wine to third countries.
This wine has been elaborated with deep respect for the natural process of winemaking, with no additives other than minimal sulphites and is bottled without fining or filtration so natural sediments may occur as a result of the wines aging process.
Warm and generous organic Cabernet Sauvignon with blackcurrant & dark cherry with a hint of smoky sage on the nose. On the palate waves of dark berry and plum fruit, chocolate and a touch of spicy oak. Unfined and unfiltered.