Gentilini Rhombus Assyrtiko – Robola

Gentilini Rhombus
Assyrtiko – Robola

A fruitier, rounder expression of Robola of Kefalonia blended with the elegant Assyrtiko variety. Aromas of peaches and citrus fruit. Bright and refreshing with underlying herbal and mineral notes and a crisp, spicy finish.

TYPE Dry White Wine
VARIETY 80% Assyrtiko – 20% Robola of Kefalonia. Two of the finest Greek white varieties come together to produce this unique wine.
Source: Leontio, Nemea.
Vineyard altitude: 350m ASL.
Yield: 9,000kg / hectare
Soil: Limestone. Poor in organic matter
Microclimate: Cold with ample rainfall in the winter. Mild and cool growing season

Source: PDO appellation zone on Kefalonia.
Vineyard altitude: 600m ASL.
Yield: 5,000kg / hectare
Soil: Limestone and gravel. Poor in organic matter
Microclimate: Mild winter with ample rainfall.

VINIFICATION All vinification and bottling is done at the Gentilini winery. The grapes are chilled to 7°C overnight before crushing. Each variety is fermented separately in stainless steel, at low temperatures, to preserve and express varietal character. The wine is blended and allowed to sit on its fine lees for 3 months to develop complexity and finesse.
TASTING NOTES An elegant and fresh white wine, with aromas of citrus and white peaches, herbs and white flowers. Perfectly balanced, dry and smooth with mineral notes.
FOOD PAIRING Seafood, shellfish, sushi, raw bar, lemon sauces.
ANALYSIS Alcohol: 13% Alc by Vol
Total Acidity: 5.4g/l tartaric acid
pH: 3.34
Residual Sugar: 1.6g/l
LABEL The name derives from the Greek word ρόμβος (rhombus), a shape long associated
with magical and ritual properties, reflecting this wine’s ability to elate and delight.