A fruitier, rounder expression of Robola of Kefalonia with aromas of peaches and citrus fruit. Bright and refreshing with underlying herbal and mineral notes and a crisp, spicy finish.
TYPE Dry White Wine – PDO Robola of Kefalonia
VARIETY Robola of Kefalonia 100%.
GRAPE ORIGIN The grapes come from vineyards on the slopes and high altitude valley of Mount Ainos within the Robola PDO appellation zone. Yields are around 6,000kg/ha.
VINIFICATION The grape must is fermented in stainless steel for four weeks at low temperatures. This is followed by 4 weeks of lee stirring (batonnage) for added complexity and finesse before bottling.
PRODUCTION 8,000 bottles annually
TASTING NOTES Crisp and refreshing with aromas of citrus fruit and white peaches. Smooth, with hints of minerality and spice in the mouth.
FOOD PAIRING Seafood, shellfish, taramosalata, lemon sauces, white cheeses.
AGING POTENTIAL 3-4 years
ANALYSIS Alcohol: 13% Alc by Vol
Total Acidity: 6.5g/l tartaric acid
Residual Sugar: 1.2g/l
LABEL The name derives from the Greek word ρόμβος (rhombus), a shape long associated with magical and ritual properties and reflects this wine’s ability to elate and delight.