Rhodes, nowadays Roses, founded in the 8th century BC by  the Rhodians, is the oldest Greek colony in Catalonia, and  the Rodes and the Albera mountains most probably form the  oldest wine-making landscape in the Iberian peninsula.

The rose seen from below which decorates the label is the symbol of RHODE on the ancient coins (drachms) of the colony.

Wine Making

The grapes were hand harvest and the different varieties were fermented separately in stainless steel fermentation tanks kept at a temperature of 24/26ºC. Two pump-overs per day were carried out, and the tanks were emptied 30-40 days after the start of fermentation,  depending on the variety. Prolonged vatting was determined by tasting.
Malolactic fermentation took place in the tank.
The wine underwent minimal clarification and filtering treatment before being  bottled.


Carignan (57%), red Grenache (28%) and Syrah (15%)

Tasting note

Deep cherry colour. Concentrated, mineral aroma, with well integrated very ripe fruit and oak toasts and notes of spices and chocolate. The palate is powerful, fresh, complex, mineral, balsamic, very ripe dark fruits. Well-integrated mature tannins.


2016 92 points Guia Peñin 2020
2015 90 points Guia Peñin 2019
2014 Silver Medal Concours Mundial de Bruxelles 2017
Silver Medal Vinari Awards 2016
2013 Gold Medal Concours Mundial de Bruxelles 2016





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