Vostilidi is an Ionian grape with most of its production centered in the islands of Cephalonia (Kefalonia) and Zakynthos, where it is also known as Gοustolidi or Avgοustolidi (The ornament -‘stolidi’ – in Greek – of August). It displays a ripe fruit character reminiscent of orange and exotic fruits complemented by rich honeyed notes. Acidity levels are moderate and there are some noticeable, yet low, tannic levels. The wine is also made in a more traditional, oxidative style.
Most common designations on the labels: PGI Slopes of Ainos (ΠΓΕ Πλαγιές Αίνου) in the island of Kefalonia and PGI Zakynthos (ΠΓΕ Ζάκυνθος) and PGI Verdea of Zakynthos (ΠΓΕ Βερντέα Ζακύνθου) in the island of Zakynthos. The latter is one of the two traditional designations in Greece.