The Roca family has been producing wine in Mendoza for 4 generations, and currently farms nearly 260 acres in San Rafael, the southernmost province of Mendoza. At altitudes of 2,300 to 2,600 feet above sea level, Roca’s vineyards produce distinct, cool-climate wines of singular quality.
Tasting Notes: A vibrant red Malbec with blackish hues, this wine is full of intense aromas and hints of black fruit, violets, plums with a long finish. Refined and fresh on the palate, it has round and elegant tannins, with refreshing acidity.
Serve With: Excellent with both light and dark meats, it has the intensity and body to stand up to bold flavors and rich sauces.
280+ acres planted to Malbec, Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Bonarda, Merlot, Sauvignon Blanc, Syrah, Tocai and Chenin Blanc, with small acreage of Torrontes and Tempranillo. Vineyards (Finca La Perseverancia, Finca Los Amigos, Finca Santa Herminia) are planted at 2,600+ feet above sea level.
Fruit was sourced from a 5.9 acre parcel (nearly 2,500 ft above sea‐level, sandy, loam soils) planted in 1953. Average age of vines 66 years. Sustainable agricultural practices.
Vinified in temperature controlled concrete tanks using native yeasts. Two days of cold soak. 28 days maceration. Two pumpovers per day.