Rhombus- Robola 100% ,white dry - Alc.13% ,PDO Kefalonia Island,Ionian sea,Gentilini winery.
TYPE:Dry White Wine – PDO Robola of Kefalonia
VARIETY:Robola of Kefalonia 100%.
GRAPE ORIGIN :The grapes come from vineyards on the slopes and high altitude valley of Mount Ainos within the Robola PDO appellation zone. Yields are around 6,000kg/ha.
VINIFICATION : The grape must is fermented in stainless steel for four weeks at low temperatures. This is followed by 4 weeks of lee stirring (batonnage) for added complexity and finesse before bottling.
PRODUCTION : 8,000 bottles annually
TASTING NOTES :Crisp and refreshing with aromas of citrus fruit and white peaches. Smooth, with hints of minerality and spice in the mouth.
FOOD PAIRING :Seafood, shellfish, taramosalata, lemon sauces, white cheeses.
AGING POTENTIAL :3-4 years
ANALYSIS : Alcohol: 13% Alc by Vol
Total Acidity: 6.5g/l tartaric acid
Residual Sugar: 1.2g/l
LABELThe name derives from the Greek word ρόμβος (rhombus), a shape long associated with magical and ritual properties and reflects this wine’s ability to elate and delight.