Cephalonia Wine Club Welcomes You
"Wine, the kind Spirit"
Athenaeus of Naucartis,
Cephalonia Wine Club is the first Wine Club of Cephalonia. The idea was conceived by people who share the same passion and love for Cephalonian wine and the local vineyards that produce it. It is our passion and goal to unite the friends of wine on an exciting journey in the field of wine, wine making and viticulture, ultimately initiating more people into the fascinating mysteries of wine.
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"Robola is often touted as Greece’s second noblest white grape, forever trailing on the coattails of Assyrtiko. If Assyrtiko has a greater footprint in consumers’ minds, it’s in part due to the crushing influx of tourists to Santorini and the enduring affective link they build while traveling in Greece.
But Robola remains a total mystery to the rest of the world: no one seems to have heard of it outside of Greek industry tastings.[...]"
"These days when it comes to Greek wine, Santorini seems to get all the attention. Well deserved I would say for this breathtaking place with its heritage vines (some up to 400 years old) makes all other regions of the world look rather silly. Yet Greece is not simply Santorini but has other impeccable wine regions to explore. Cephalonia is indeed one of these. Located in the Ionian Sea (west of mainland Greece, with the Aegean sea to its east), Cephalonia has a great potential and can be considered as Santorini’s alter ego[...]"
"Πρίν από μερικά χρόνια, αποφασίσαμε με τέσσερις φίλους να κάνουμε ένα road-trip σε κάποιο μέρος της Ελλάδας, το οποίο όμως να έχει και οινικό ενδιαφέρον. Μην τα πολυλογώ ο προορισμός που επιλέχθηκε μετά απο πολλή φασαρία ήταν η Κεφαλονιά. Είχα να πάω από την πενθήμερη της Γ΄Λυκείου, όταν ακόμα δεν ήξερα τι διαφορά έχει η μπύρα από το κρασί. Απο τότε είμαι συναισθηματικά δεμένος μαζί της, κι ας είμαστε μακριά[...]"
Cephalonia is the fifth largest island in Greece by area, yet it is considered the most sparsely populated, with a huge mountain range in the middle of the island that cuts it in half creating many different micro-climates.