Robola is an important Greek variety mainly planted at the Ionian island of Cephalonia and Central Greece. Some compare it with Chablis when young or Riesling after it has aged forfew years.

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Discover the perfect rival of Assyrtiko
27.10 24.64

[product_subtitle] It is a common secret now that Robola has the potential to compete head on with Assyrtiko in the future, if seen with new eyes. Petrakopoulos winery located at Theramonas Cephalonia has been experimenting for years with different vinification techniques to create a new unique expression of Robola and we believe they have done a great job. The beautiful island of Cephalonia not only is a magic touristic destination but it offers an amazing vineyard worthy to explore. Robola Classic 2021 is one of the wines that will surprise you with their classy finesse and delicate aromas. Its colour is pale lemon and the nose has a medium aromatic character with aromas of citrus and white peach. On the palate it offers a medium body with a sharp acidity and an interesting aftertaste.


Bio & Natural


Robola as bio and natural as it gets
34.00 30.91

[product_subtitle] This is definitely one wine that will never pass unnoticed and will win again and again awards in competitions around the world. It is organic and natural with no added sulphites. The amazing grapes, which are cultivated all the way according to the principles of organic farming, with no interventions in the field, come from a great pre-phylloxera vineyard at Thiramonas, Cephalonia. The beautiful Ionian island of Cephalonia, with its superb natural environment and wonderful coastline, during the last years has been redefining its wine production and is graciously returning to the glory of bygone eras when it was famous for its wine production all over the world. Robola, a protagonist in this amazing comeback, seems to have the potential to win the throne from Assyrtiko as Greece’s top wine for exports in the future. At Petrakopoulos Winery experimenting with local varieties is a fulltime job and the result is wines that represent the local terroir in a unique way. Palia Armakia is a limited production wine and its rare bottles sell very fast each year, so you will have to watch out for a wine that it is often hard to get. The colour in the glass is pale lemon, with medium body, a nose full of aromas of lemon, lime and green apple and a very expressive acidity with intense mineral character and a sense of wet stone. Its perfect aftertaste is very satisfying and remains in your mouth long after you had the chance to try this exquisite wine.