High up in the palate
'Anosis' borrows its' name from the homonymous physics principle (‘anosis’ means ‘buoyancy’ in Greek ), as it reveals its characteristics high up in the palate. Illustrating the wine's effect, we illustrated a representation of the historic effort of Archimedes to prove he's theory.
Archimedes used King Hiero’s II gold crown to prove its' authenticity, an act that led the king
to phrase the principle of Buoyancy (Anosis in Greek).