High quality promising white grape variety producing fat and fresh whites with a lemony aftertaste. Related to Goustolidi and Theiako Mavro it thrives in Cephalonia where it is cultivated in poor soils full of rocks and gravel. When vinified and cultivated properly (prone to oxidation and high in yields) the grape produces elegant but simultaneously wines high in acidity, mineral, with a steely but rich texture. Without a doubt Robola grape is responsible for some of the most interesting white wines of the country.