The winery and vineyards are set amongst the rolling hills in the picturesque Omala Valley in the Robola Zone.
In 1982, the growers of the Robola Zone, in order to ensure their income, to protect and at the same time highlight the dynamic of Cephalonian Vineyard, armed with experience and knowledge, founded the Robola Cooperative of Cephalonia which currently comprises of 300 members.
The first gathering of grapes was made in 1983, when bottling and marketing began. In 1987 the Cooperative acquired its own winery, located in the centre of the Robola Zone, at an altitude of 410 meters, just below the slopes of Mount Ainos and beside the Monastery of Saint Gerasimos, patron Saint of the island.
We are open to the public every weekday (including Good Friday, but except Christmas and New Years Days) for free tastings and purchase, 9am till 3pm. From May 1st to October 30th we open 7 days a week from 9am to 8pm.