Roca del Crit

Roca Bottle with Flowers

Windy roads to Monjoi

On his daily trip to El Bulli, from Roses to Cala Montjoi, David Seijas crossed the Cap de Creus National Park. He often stopped to look at the newly planted vineyards that enjoyed fantastic views of the Bay of Roses. David had a dream: to create his own wine. Years later that dream came true with Roca del Crit.





14,5 %

Our secrets


Carignan Leaf

Carignan 85%. Rabós area. Vine age >80 years.

Grenache Leaf

Grenache15%. Mas Marés area. Vine age >15 years.


Cap de Creus map

Cap de Creus is a magical place full of personal experiences, and nowadays it is a natural park where you can find the vineyards of Roca del Crit and from where the dream of making this wine was born.

Granite ball

It represents the granitic soil on which the Grenache grows in the Cap de Creus area. On the other hand, Carignans grow on slate soil in the area of Rabós.

Roca del Crit

Working at El Bulli required concentration and constant tension so that everything went perfectly. Working as a sommelier in the 5 times appointed best restaurant in the world was a kind of ballet where everyone had to be coordinated so that the experience was like that of the Swan Lake. How to bear so much tension? David had his escape valve. When necessary, he left the restaurant for a moment walking along a small path known only to the El Bulli workers and the local people, to a small cliff hidden with a rock that led to the back of Cala Montjoi. There, he could scream to release tension. It was his Roca del Crit (in catalan “the screaming rock”).

Climate &


The most characteristic climatic element of the area is the Tramuntana, a strong wind from the north that can easily reach 120km/h and something that viticulturists havo to keep in mind, because it can influence the production of the vintage.

Rooster crest (green)

2021 was the driest year of the last twenty. Almost no rain during winter. In April we had a frost that affected many vines. During the flowering period, the grapes had a lack of flower fertility and so a lack of fruit. The summer has not been very hot with a little rain at the beginning of September, which allowed us to reach the end of the harvest with optimal ripeness for very low yields. Despite the rains, the berries haven’t grown much. We started the harvest on August 13.


Bike wheel

Granache is fermented in stainless steel tanks with 10% of whole grapes and aged for 6 months on fine lees in french oak barrels from Burgundy, sizes of 500-700L (2nd and 3rd year).

Oak barrel

This vintage the Carignan ferments and ages for 11 months on its lees in 2250L oval foudres and in french oak barrels from Burgundy, sizes of 500-700L (2nd and 3rd year). Medium toasted barrels with untoasted heads.



Notes of: Red cherries, blackberries, violets, licorice stick, cofee beans, rosemary. However wine tasting is very personal and it changes with every vintage. What can you detect?


Red Pine Mushrooms

We hope that you like this wine and you can enjoy it with the dish you want. We suggest you try it with red pine mushrooms (named Pinetells in Catalunya), a mushroom that grew naturally in the surroundings of El Bulli and that brings us good memories. If you like wine pairings, enter our website where you will find more pairing ideas!



Our origins are linked to the job of a waiter. David Seijas grew up in his parents’ village restaurant in Seva, where at a very young age, he remembers carrying a wine opener in his pocket and pretending to be a sommelier. If today you feel like putting on your sommelier’s apron, the liturgy of the wine service recommends tasting it between 14 and 16ºC, and we recommend a glass such as a Riedel Veritas Old World Pinot Noir. However, we will be very pleased if you enjoy it with what, when and however you choose.

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