With an aging process ranging mostly between 40 and 70 years, they have been preserved intact in chestnut wood -the type of wood used at the time- and oak barrels, from different periods. In the basement of Masia Roqueta, there are wine barrels distributed in 5 different spaces-cellars called “cellers”-, with a capacity ranging between 300 and 2000 litres. The oldest wine casks are approximately 150 years old- from the pre-phylloxera period, around year 1870.
After exhaustive research and classification, each of the barrels has been identified and each one is monitored individually and has been categorized according to its age, its style (aromatic complexity, freshness, depth, etc.) and in accordance with the location in which it has been stored over the years; the conditions of each location can vary (humidity and temperature), and these can influence each wine in different ways. The final result is a great diversity of wines from each of the wine cellars where the barrels of vi rancí are stored in the farmhouse. All of these variables have influenced the evolution of these wines and it is precisely this great diversity that makes them even more unique.