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Ungrafted Vines of Robola

2019, Fagias Vineyard, Kefalonia

Ungrafted Vines of Robola

2019, Fagias Vineyard, Kefalonia

An indigenous variety that is grown exclusively on the island and is recognized world-wide as one of the finest white varieties, possessing the name of the geographic PDO Appellation.

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Description

UNGRAFTED VINES OF ROBOLA

a natural white wine produced from family-owned low-yielding vineyards located in the “Fagias” area, covering 4 acres planted in early 1980s and consisting entirely from Robola vines, an indigenous variety that is grown exclusively on the island and is recognized world-wide as one of the finest white varieties, possessing the name of the geographic PDO Appellation.

VINEYARD

The harsh landscape is organized in terraces; the intense sunshine throughout the year; the limestone soil; the sea breeze that comes from the coast as well as the well drained ground with gravel to absorb the warmth during the day and reflect it at night, are all factors which determine the distinguished style of this exceptional wine.

TIME OF THE HARVEST 28 August

VINIFICATION

After destemming and crashing the grapes, soft pressing and static sedimentation, fermentation in stainless steel vats at 18⁰C, maturation of 6 months.

TASTING NOTES

With a clear bright yellow color, elegant nose with delicate aromas, fruity and minerality taste, balanced acidity and a long aftertaste, every sip of it triggers the excitement and enthusiasm like that of a sparkling wine.

PAIRINGS

A classic Kefalonian dish: fried cod in butter with garlic mashed potaoes

DETAILS

TYPEDry White
VINTAGE2019
VINEYARDFagias Vineyard, Kefalonia
VARIETAL100% Ungrafted Robola Vines
ALCOHOL12.5°
HAND HARVESTED100%
PRODUCTION LEVEL30 hl/ha average
DESTEMMED100%
UNFILTEREDYes
FERMENTATIONIndigenous natural yeasts
FERMENTATION VESSELStainless steel tanks
AGING6 months in stainless steel tanks.
VOLUME750ml

Additional information

Winery

Sarris

Volume

750ml

Vintage

Wine Type

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