Viticulture has a very long history on the island, since its roots are lost in the depths of the centuries. According to tradition, the first vine on the island was planted by Kefalos. In the history of the island, viticulture has been an important factor for the economy of Kefalonia. The climatic conditions and the wide variety of vines favor the production of wines of excellent quality. One of them is the world famous Robola. It is characteristic that the vines of Robola literally come out of the stones. The Venetians called Robola Vino di Dasso, a wine of stone. An important production center of Robola is the area of Omala, at the foot of Enos. Its aroma is characterized by the scent of fruit, such as peach, citron, apple. Apart from Robola, the Mavrodaphne of Kefalonia is also famous, as well as Vostilidi, Tsaousi and Moschato wines.
Undoubtedly Kefalonia stands out from all the other Ionian islands for its fertile soils. The vast olive groves and vineyards, apart from their beauty, offer the island fine products. Wine, oil, cheeses, honey, stand out as they are among the most famous.