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Ramon Roqueta Rosat2019-04-05T08:09:15+00:00

RAMON
ROQUETA
ROSAT

85% Cabernet Sauvignon
15% Garnacha
TINA 9

Cheerful and seductive

This rosé wine is a blend of Cabernet Sauvignon and Garnacha. Cabernet Sauvignon is one of the most widely-known varieties in the world. It originally came from France, and most specifically from the Bordeaux region. Thanks to its great adaptability, it can now be found on all continents. On the other hand, the native Garnacha variety is a Mediterranean grape that has been grown in Catalonia since time immemorial.

This wine embodies the fruity and aromatic character of Cabernet Sauvignon with the rich fruity expression of Garnacha. It presents intense aromas of red fruit and it is fresh and harmonious in the mouth.

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, which in this case was Tina number 9.

RAMON
ROQUETA
ROSAT

85% Cabernet Sauvignon
15% Garnacha
TINA 9

Cheerful and seductive

This rosé wine is a blend of Cabernet Sauvignon and Garnacha. Cabernet Sauvignon is one of the most widely-known varieties in the world. It originally came from France, and most specifically from the Bordeaux region. Thanks to its great adaptability, it can now be found on all continents. On the other hand, the autochthonous Garnacha variety is a Mediterranean grape that has been grown in Catalonia since time immemorial.

This wine embodies the fruity and aromatic character of Cabernet Sauvignon with the rich fruity expression of Garnacha. It presents intense aromas of red fruit and it is fresh and harmonious in the mouth.

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, which in this case was Tina number 9.

c. 1950

Inspiration

Old carrier

Grapes were traditionally transported from the vineyard to the winery in wooden containers called carriers.

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Perfect Pairing

Fresh pasta, risotto, strawberries, fruit pastries.

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Perfect Pairing

Fresh pasta, risotto, strawberries, fruit pastries.