In Indonesia, “Ratih”, or “ Goddess of Beauty”, was as graceful and elegant as one would expect from such a deity. Her elegance and beauty would leave suitors in awe. One particular suitor, Kala Rau The Immortal Giant,was known for being one of many turned down by Ratih. As this angered Kala Rau, he went on a destructive rampage to over throw the god Vishnu, where his head was severed from his body in return. As Kala Rau was immortal and now a floating head, he continued his relentless attack on Ratih by consuming her. This act led to a Lunar Eclipse over the planet, giving her another title: The Lunar Goddess.
Just like Ratih, the beauty and elegant taste of this particular profile is showcased through the very rare form of “Wine processing “. The aromatic tastes flirts with hints of Fermented Raspberry and Chocolate Covered Cherry, whereas with the tart and crisp flavours of dill pickle, much like Kala Rau, riot through. This profile truly creates an eclipse of its own and exemplifies the grace and beauty behind the story of Ratih.