This wine is made with the autochthonous variety Garnacha, a Mediterranean grape that has been grown in Catalonia since time immemorial. Its cultivation has spread primarily to the area of influence of the Ebro River; Catalonia, Aragon, La Rioja and Southern France.
This wine embodies the most vivid expression of the Red Garnacha, with aromas of red fruit with floral undertones.
Since the Ramon Roqueta winery first started making wine, it has led the way in innovation with methods such as separating each grape variety in separate vats or casks called “Tinas” to make mono-varietal wines.
Today, Ramon Roqueta has recovered the original system of numbering that was used in the old winery in Manresa to classify and store the different varieties in their vats. Garnacha was stored in Tina number 3.