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Postcards from Mas La Roca

Postales desde Mas La Roca

Mas La Roca is a Vallformosa vineyard that is located very close to the coast, on the outskirts of Barcelona, ​​in the heart of the Penedès wine region. A little paradise that can be tasted in every note of the Mediterranean wines it produces and that, now, can also be enjoyed visually. We've restyled its labels to create deliciously illustrated postcards that evoke memories of summer, sun and nature so you can drink and gift holiday souvenirs in the Mediterranean

In Mas La Roca wine bottles we have brought together a piece of Barcelona, ​​a Mediterranean beach and a Penedès vineyard and we have turned them into one of the most beautiful and special forms of communication: the postcard. Writing a postcard involves thinking about the person you want to send it to, carefully choosing a landscape or special place that you want to share; like someone who chooses a good wine.

Mas La Roca White is a white wine with 87 points in the Peñín guide made from Xarel·lo, Macabeo and Chardonnay grapes, it has a smooth and fine entry, with body and good acidity that provides a perfect structure on the palate, with hints of white fresh fruit. Ideal for white meat and fish, but also for salads, pasta and rice.

Mas La Roca Rosé has obtained 89 points in the Peñín guide. It is a rosé wine that combines merlot, sumoll and tempranillo grapes, highly recommended for tapas and aperitifs. Its complex and fruity palate makes it equally appropriate to combine with soft white and red meats, as well as pasta and rice.

Mas La Roca Red combines Tempranillo, Cabernet Sauvignon and Garnacha. It is a perfect red wine for white and red meats and it also pairs very well with barbecues and smoked meats thanks to its aromatic intensity and harmonious and fruity body. Valued with 87 points in the Peñín guide.