2022 Sarris Winery Robola of Kefalonia, Ionian Islands, Greece

Pale lemon color and elegant aromas of pear, green apple, lime, citron, lemon peel, and lemongrass, while a wonderful mineral feeling of wet flint stone gives it a unique character. Medium to full body, intense, concentrated, with sharp, refreshing acidity.



Sharp acidity, mineral character and fruit concentration.

Vineyards are located in the “Omala” and “Fagias” areas, planted between 1980 and 2000. “Fagias” is the heart of the zone of Robola and is a place of wild beauty with magnificent views laying on the steep slopes of Mount Enos at an altitude of about 700 meters, with limestone ground. The harsh landscape that is organized in terraces, the intense sunshine throughout the year, the rich soil, the forest of black pine that lays just above, the sea breeze that comes from the coast, and the well-drained ground are all factors that determine the distinguished style of this exceptional vineyard.

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

Sarris Robola of Kefalonia pairs very well with a classic Kefalonian dish: fried cod in butter with garlic mashed potatoes.


With great experience as a sommelier, Panos Sarris decided to deal with the production of wines, with an emphasis on the local varieties of Kefalonia. Low-intervention wines, unfiltered perfectly reflect the philosophy of the producer and the unique terroir of the island.

Sarris Winery is located in the southwest part of Kefalonia, very close to Avithos beach in the area of Svoronata, 10 km from the island’s capital, Argostoli, and close to the island’s Airport.
The area has picturesque villages like Svoronata, Kaligata and Kourkoumelata, where you can find traditional houses with fragrant, inlaid gardens, olive and orange groves; a very peaceful place!


Grape(s) Robola
Farming Traditional