Gentilini Robola Kephalonia 2008
This fresh, grapefruit-inflected white is made from the indigenous Greek grape, Robola, and provides a transporting waft of briny ocean air - no surprise given the fact that it hails from the island of Cephalonia, just off the western coast of Greece. Vivacious acidity and a lingering minerality (the grapes are grown on chalky soils) add up to a world class wine that begs for seafood.
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Located on the island of Cephalonia in the Ionian Sea, the Gentilini winery has been making wines since the early 1980s. Robola is a native variety from this region, creating a white that is fresh and light, with citrus, floral, and almond notes. A great mineral finish, too!
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