San Gerasimo Robola of Cephalonia, White

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Type: White, P.D.O. Cephalonia
Region: Omala Valley, Cephalonia Island, Greece
Varietal Composition: 100% Robola – Harvested Early to Late August
Region: The grapes used for the production of this wine, originate from mountainous vineyards (600m-800m), which are still cultivated with the traditional way, resulting in extremely low yields and high quality.
Wine Making: Inoculated with pure yeast culture, 100% Stainless Steel, temperature controlled 15-17°C, approximately 25 days.
Tasting Characteristics: Crystal-clear yellowish colour. Strong complex flavor, full of grapefruit, floral and honeyed aromas. Leesy on the palate, balanced nicely by the crisp acidity and delivering a clean, persistent, fresh finish.

 The Winemaker

The Cephalonia Robola Wine Cooperative (established in 1982) collects and processes almost 85% of the total produce of Robola wine grapes. The island of Cephalonia is the most mountainous Ionian island and without any doubt, it hosts some of the most important vineyards in Greece. The mountainous morphology, the sunshine, the altitude, the variety of the mesoclimates and the marine aura favour viniculture, which is characterized by low yield per stremma and high quality.