In 1987, Rollin Soles (center) purchased a breathtaking hillside property down a gravel road in the Chehalem Mountain Range. The property’s perfect combination of elevation, soil type, natural springs, and geological aspect were the seed of a dream that would eventually become ROCO Winery.  ROCO represents the finest in Oregon winemaking — with storied bottles and humbling accolades. It’s a 30-year history of devotion to craft.  

Rollin’s wines have been named among the Top 100 Wines of the World by Wine Spectator thirteen times, a distinction matched by no other Oregon winemaker. His very first ROCO vintage was poured in the White House. And in 2013, he was named one of the “20 Most Admired Winemakers in North America” by Vineyard & Winery Management magazine.


Roco Wines Willamette Valley Pinot Noir 2014

Appearance: Deep garnet in color. Aroma: Red cherry, cinnamon, vanilla, and a hint of sweet tobacco leaf. Mouth Feel: Full flavored with a sweet, juicy, and deep center, surrounded by ripe red raspberry, a touch of gravel, bergamot, and strawberry compote. Nice firm structure. Finish is pure fruit with those briar-earth elements. A compact, complex and complete Pinot noir.


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Roco Wines The Stalker Pinot Noir 2014

Brambly and black peppercorn spice driven aromatics compliment the ripe black cherry fruit on the nose. The profound chunky structure and mid palate notes of sandalwood is paired with rich black cap raspberry, gooseberry and lilac. Full grain leather and wet stone come through on the powerful finish.


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