Zitsa is a white sec wine made from the Greek Debina grape variety that can be found in the mountainous Epirus region(elevation between 600 and 700 meter) in north-western Greece.
This is a light sparkling wine with a sweet, fruity and elegant aromas of apple, pear and peach that can be matched with fish, white meats, appetizers and sweet deserts as an aperitif.
Robola or Vino di Sasso or Vines of Stone is a grape variety that comes from Kefalonia island in Greece. Its grown on the slopes of Mount Aenos and it requires thin soil, sunshine and coll temperatures to produce its fruits.
These last few years Robola is getting recognized more and more but its still hard to find it across your local supermarket or wine club so don’t get disappointing if you fail to find right away. If you are persistent and lucky you can visit Wine Searcher and seek for it.
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