Bodegas Mitos is a winery located in the Utiel-Requena region of Spain, known for producing wines made from traditional grape varietals of the area. The winery was founded in 2007 by a group of young winemakers with the aim of producing high-quality, modern wines that reflect the terroir of the region.
Bodegas Mitos owns over 40 hectares of vineyards, which are situated at an altitude of 800-900 meters and are planted with a variety of grape varietals, including Bobal, Garnacha, and Tempranillo. The winery also sources grapes from a number of small, independent vineyards in the area, which allows them to produce wines with a wide range of flavors and characteristics.
The winemaking philosophy at Bodegas Mitos is based on minimal intervention and a focus on preserving the natural flavors and aromas of the grapes. The winery produces a range of wines, including reds, whites, and rosés, all of which are made using traditional winemaking techniques.
One of the flagship wines of Bodegas Mitos is the "Mitos de la Vega" red wine, which is made from 100% Bobal grapes and is aged for 6 months in oak barrels. This wine is known for its aromas of ripe red fruit, spices, and toasted oak, as well as its full-bodied and well-structured palate.
Another notable wine from Bodegas Mitos is the "Mitos de Barros" red wine, which is made from a blend of Garnacha and Tempranillo grapes and is aged for 8 months in oak barrels. This wine is characterized by its aromas of dark fruit, vanilla, and roasted coffee, as well as its smooth and velvety texture.
Bodegas Mitos is committed to sustainable winemaking practices, and they have implemented a number of initiatives to reduce their environmental impact, including the use of renewable energy sources and the implementation of organic farming practices.