Robola of Kefalonia, from vines that grow on the slopes of mount Ainos.
Crystal color, sequence of well-spiced and fruity flavors, such as peach, lemon and apricot. Aftertaste with hints of citrus.
You can drink it alone as an aperitif or combine it with creative cuisine and sauces, fine fish and seafood, cheese and fruits. Served at 8-10˚ C.
Robola of Kefalonia, from vines that grow on the slopes of mount Ainos. Gentle, cosmopolitan Kefalonian grape variety; in the centuries of Venetian rule, the wine was called "wine of stone" because the variety is growing and developing in the rugged slopes of Ainos.