Pinot Noir, Blaufrankisch and St.Laurent. Grapes are hand-harvested, destemmed, gently crushed and macerated on the skins for a couple of weeks. Fermented using wild yeasts in old oak. Bottled unfined, unfiltered, with no SO2. 1L!
From the winemaker:
"This wine embodies my unassuming Moravian roots: the light-bodied, fun juicy reds with good acidity that are truly at home here. I grew up with them, so it was sad to see that the (vain) pursuit of hefty Cabs, fake tannins and new oak became fashionable in Moravia as well. Nach is my tribute to the real Moravian reds, wines with lot of fruit and little alcohol so that you can drink heaps of them every day.
Hence also the 1-liter bottle: I remember hearing the word “másnica” used for a bottle of wine when I was a kid. Only as an adult did I learn that it derives from the German Mass, an old volumetric unit roughly equalling 1 liter, which used to be a standard size of bottle for a guy working in the field (mixing it with water to get more quantity). I do love the term “minimagnum” too, though, courtesy of my Montréal friends. The name Nach means purple in old formal Czech, another tribute to things past. Linocut label by Milan’s wife Mirka."