Rodeda is a nearly forgotten parcel name for a portion of Mas d’En Caçador which faces northeast. Due to the steep slope of this top cru in Priorat, Rodeda is shaded throughout the afternoon. Ester and Carles have 0.6 hectares of 80-year-old Garnatxa Peluda planted in Rodeda, which once was included in their Nit de Nin Mas d’En Caçador. Starting in 2017, they began bottling Rodeda separately as a micro-cuvée of 300 bottles on average per year. The combination of variety and aspect creates an idiosyncratic wine that is unrivaled as one of the most ethereal red wines made in the Priorat.