PDO Robola received its PDO status in 1980. It is located on the Ionian island of Cephalonia, covering an area of 180 hectares with an altitude ranging from 175m to 800m. The PDO zone is mainly in the south of the island, at the plateau of Omali and on the western and northwestern slopes of Mt. Enos. It also includes some of the upland areas of Argostoli while in the south, the zone reaches the town of Livathou. Robola is the most widely cultivated variety in Cephalonia and now days it is considered a very promising one for exports. It is a common secret that this variety does great in poor soil and one can easily observe hundreds of self-rooted vines at the slopes of Mount Enos. PDO Robola wines are dry with Robola 100%.