ROCO Winery: in the heart of Oregon
In the 1980s, when Rollin Soles and Corby Stonebraker-Soles came to Oregon, they came when winemaking was emerging. In this scenario, among the many entrepreneurs, were the Soles who took up the task of making world-class wines in the promising winegrowing region. The wineries were built, foundational industry organizations were developed, and intensive works were done to establish Oregon as the premier place to make Pinot Noir and Chardonnay outside of Europe.
Discover the high rated wines at site
Thirty-five years down the line, ROCO Winery showcases Oregon winemaking at the top with 90+ scores from leading industry critics, repeated placement in Wine Spectator’s Top 100 Wines of the World, and multiple bottlings served in the White House.
At the ROCO’s, clarity is the king, expertise is an expectation. They never cease to ask questions and also do not trust popular ideas without testing themselves. Rollin and Corby have their specialties; Rollin masters the technique and methods of winemaking while Corby is the instinctive one who bears the art to transform the beautiful fruit into the excellent wines.
The science of agriculture and fermentation is deeply rooted and can be experienced with every bottle that is opened
Taste gorgeous Pinots and Chardonnays
The grape varietals grown in the vineyards of ROCO winery are Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Pinot Meunier and these varietals are picked to make red, white, rose and sparkling wines with utmost flavors. The wines of different classifications are made in the ROCO Winery, namely Chehalem Mountains AVA, Dundee Hills AVA and Yamhill-Carlton AVA.