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Orealios Gaea Robola of Cephalonia 2021 (750ml)

Price: $15.99

Quantity in Stock: 44
Producer Orealios Gaea
Country Greece
Region Ionian Islands
Subregion Cephalonia
Varietal Robola
Vintage 2021
Sku 48499
Size 750ml

The Orealios Gaea “R” is 100% Robola from the Greek island of Cephalonia. In the glass, the wine sits a light lemon color with gold highlights. Enticing aromas of dried oregano and tarragon mix with notes of fresh peach and lime zest as they plume from the glass. The palate is resplendent with notes of green tea, herbs and white-fleshed fruits combined with a saline minerality. Energetic, clean and crisp, enjoy this easy-drinking Greek white with chilled seafood dressed with a citrus and herb vinaigrette or a platter of white anchovies, olives and bread.

Orealios Gaea Description

The Robola Cooperative of Cephalonia was founded in 1982 and today, consists of over 300 members who individually own all their vineyards in the mountainous Omala Valley. All vineyard work on these high-altitude, steep slopes is done by hand. The winery is located just below the slopes of Mount Ainos and neighbors the Monastery of Saint Gerassimo, the patron Saint of Cephalonia. The cooperative aims to produce wines that reflect their uniqueness, especially those made from the Robola grape.

The waves of the Ionian Sea quench their thirst on its shores, as the evening breeze rises like a magical veil to offer life-giving breaths to the diverse natural landscape of Mt. Ainos, the National Park which towers above Kefalonia with its beauty and massiveness. There, in this rare co-existence of Mountain and Sea, resides the “OREALIOS GAEA”, the land of Robola.     

Descending from the National Park—with the world-exclusive Kefalonian Elati, the dark-green tree which gave Ainos the Venetian name “Monte Nero”—the Plateau of Omalon reverses the image, with its countless olive trees and the vineyards of the Robola Zone, which occupy 180 ha, at an elevation starting from 300m and climbing up to 800m.

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