In front of the highest peaks of the Alps, the steep slopes of the Mythopia vineyard have become a paradise, home to fragrant flowers, fruit trees, rare birds and more than 60 species of butterflies. It is a vineyard that exudes biodiversity in which the ecosystem is supported by a symbiotic network of uncountable species. The vineyard is no longer a hostile monoculture, bare, but a beautiful natural system designed to produce grapes that expresses the subtleties of its terroir. In 2009 Mythopia took on the role of research center for the Ithaka Foundation and its Institute for Carbon Intelligence. By closing the gap between theory and practice, methods and strategies have been developed for ecological and economically sustainable viticulture. In addition, the vineyard plays an important role in the search for agricultural methods that have a positive influence on climate and biodiversity. The grapes that Mythopia produces thrive, without the interference of synthetic products. Their wines are made from grapes and air, nothing more. The most bred vines are Pinot Noir, Fendant, Sylvaner, Rèze and other traditional vines.