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"Palia Armakia" Robola Natural 2019 - Petrakopoulos WInery
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"PALIA ARMAKIA" ROBOLA NATURAL 2019 - PETRAKOPOULOS WINERY

  Greece / Cephalonia
€25.80
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Natural, Organic and Collectible!

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Why do we love it?

Robola Natural "Palia Armakia" 2019 is undoubtedly one of the wines that steal the impressions in every wine tasting it appears. It is one of those wines that cause queues for just a single sip and force anyone who tastes it to take notes. An organic and natural Robola from the slopes of Aenos is a big thing!

Both Robola and Cephalonia pursue their laurels, looking Assyrtiko straight in the eyes. The Ionian island with a huge history in winemaking is one of the biggest come-backs in wine history.

For years, Petrakopoulos winery experiments with natural vinifications, specific vineyard sites, limited production, and bottles, testing different approaches to Kefalonian varieties. Robola Natural "Palia Armakia" of Petrakopoulos Winery from Thiramona Cephalonia redefines the variety with a natural, raw approach making the most from its character and the terroir in which it is grown.

The recipe is simple yet stunning: no sulphites added, zero-intervention, and organic farming grapes from a single, pre-phylloxera vineyard. The result is a wine that speaks directly to the instincts. Primitively expressive yet with complex structure. With acidity as its backbone, get ready to be surprised by the multiple layers of flavor that will make you wonder where they were hiding initially.

It is already collective since it was bottled in only a few bottles that are selling super-fast.

Enjoy it now or wait for 3-5 years because everything indicates that it gets better every minute.

COLOR

WHITE

AROMA

MEDIUM

BODY

MEDIUM

ACIDITY

HIGH

Tastes Like

It has pale lemon color in the glass.

Medium aromatic intensity with notes of honeysuckle, honeycomb, fig leaves, green almond, juicy, ripe pear, and bergamot. A feeling of wet stone reveals the mineral character of the variety. While waiting it will reveal the other side of the island.

On the palate, it is medium-bodied, with robust acidity that adds nerve and duration. Green apple and citrus fruits such as lemon, lime, and citron dominate while slightly floral notes and more intense mineral character follow. The pleasant lemony aftertaste will remain in the mouth for long.

Technical stuff
Color White
Type Dry
Year 2019
Alcohol 13%
Origin Cephalonia
Variety Robola
Aromas Honeysuckle, honeycomb, fig leaves, green almond, ripe pear, bergamot, wet stone.
Bottle Size 750ml
Barrique -
Serving temperature 8°C
Aging 3-5 years
Closure Cork
Organic Yes

"PALIA ARMAKIA" ROBOLA NATURAL 2019 - PETRAKOPOULOS WINERY

PAIR IT

with grilled fish, chicken dishes with lemon sauce, green salad with prosciutto or with an oyster dish.

Steamed mussels with turmeric

  • 700 g mussels
  • 1 green onion, chopped
  • 1 Garlic, chopped
  • 1 tsp.  turmeric
  • 1 glass of white wine
  • Olive oil
  • Salt (Optional)
  • Pepper

Wash the mussels under plenty of water, removing the sand and seaweed and thoroughly cleaning the shell.

Saute the onion and garlic and add the mussels. Then add 1 tablespoon sweet turmeric and one glass of wine. Let the alcohol evaporate a little and cover the pot to boil for 5'-6 '.

Agitate the pot, remove the cover and serve on a deep dish.

Add freshly ground pepper (salt is optional) and garnish with a sprig of fresh thyme.

TIP: During the wash, throw the open mussels. After cooking,  throw the closed mussels.

 

 

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