Roganto Merlot 2016

MXN $850

Grape: 100% Merlot

Region: San Jacinto and Guadalupe Valley, Baja California Mexico

You’ll taste/smell: this wine comes from old and new vines, producing a fruit forward wine with jammy notes, full body, soft tannins, round and so much aging potential.

Good to have it with: especially pairs nice with beef wellington, grilled chops, chargrilled steak, roast beef and roast lamb – preferably served rare.

Best to have it: 61ºF, 16ºC. Decant this wine for 30-45 minutes before drinking it.

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Roganto Winery arises from the passion for wine and for creating products of great expression.

In the year of 1987, Rogelio Sánchez del Palacio and Antonio Luis Escalante Domínguez, given the passion they had for wine, undertook the ambitious project of launching their own winery. It wasn’t until 2001 that they released their first wine.

The vineyard is located in the San Jacinto Valley south of Ensenada, B.C. between the valleys of Santo Tomás and San Vicente. The vineyard is continuously expanding – it currently has 14 hectares for production and 10 hectares in the process of planting and development.

Sommeliers will say “Roganto is like the devil: everyone talks about him but nobody has seen him”. This began to create a legend surrounding Roganto’s wines. In 2001 their annual production was 125 wine cases and by 2014 the winery has an annual production of 10,000 cases.

Alcohol Grade: 13.8%

Production: 3,000 bottles

Aged 18 months in French and American Oak Barrel

Aging Capacity +6 years

Size: 750 ml


We ship to all regions of Mexico using reliable shipping companies. Shipping fees will be calculated at checkout based on the shipping destination and the number of bottles ordered.

The estimated delivery time is 1-4 business days for cosmopolitan areas and 4-7 days for remote areas.

We also offer FREE local delivery in Puerto Vallarta in orders of $2,000 or more.

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