Robola of Cephalonia, Robola Cooperative
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Robola of Cephalonia, Robola Cooperative - 2019

Item # 35315 750mL
$11.96/ Single Bottle
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$143.52 $129.17/ Case of 12
Grape Variety

Tasting Notes

This Robola comes from a cooperative of 300 growers working in the island of Cephalonia. The co-op aims to incentivize farmers to make the best quality wines possible. This wine has lovely minerality and salinity along with ripe peach and white floral notes.

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Staff Pick Notes

ATTENTION CHABLIS FANS: You may be aware that some Greek white wines offer similarities to this specific style of Chardonnay. You also may be more familiar with Assyrtiko when it comes to Greek white wine grapes, as it seems to be their most popular white wine on American shores. If you enjoy lean, high energy whites then it's time to try Robola. Just like Assyrtiko, the grape loves island life, thriving primarily on the Ionian & Peloponnese islands, rather than Santorini. The wine is characterized by a bouquet of citrus, including grapefruit & lemon with white flowers occasionally intermingling on the fray. Salinity backs up the fruity, floral flavors & begs to be paired with a classic chicken kebab or veal atop rice pilaf with avgolemeno sauce. It certainly won't hurt to try a bottle at this price, but I bet you'll be back for more!


Astor's Glossary of Terms


A beautiful white varietal grown most notably in Cephalonia, this grape is suspected to a relative of the Italian varietal Ribolla Gialla. Distinguished by citrus and peach aromas mixed with hints of smoke and mineral.

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