Pretty fruit but with lots of grip. I loved this one. — a month ago
Comando G’s “village” wine - La Bruja de Roza, is the result of a collaboration between Daniel Landi and Fernando Garcia. This wine is sourced from several vineyards in the vicinity of Las Rozas de Puerto Real (near Madrid). It is described as being “pure Garnacha from granitic sand, La Bruja is perfumed and lively with plenty of fruit with a backbone of acidity and fine tannin.”
If you have not tried any Comando G wines, you really need to seek and try. La Bruja de Rozas serves as a good intro to the Comando G wines. I would describe the 2020 as having notes of currants and red berries, as well as being a bit smokey/flinty. Not smokey in a bad way, but definitely prevalent on the nose. This wine is medium-ish body with 14.5% ABV.
— a year ago
GAS. Unexpected barnyard nose, prime drinking window I’d imagine. A special wine — 2 months ago
Big and full bodied. Juicy plums. Long finish with tannins coming in at end. Almost a bit of a floral/herbal quality on the nose. Super good for the price. — a year ago
Minimal alcohol on the nose, great legs, wonderful mouthfeel. Drier then expected. — 5 months ago
Spicy with some weight. Perfect for fancy dinner meatloaf or other roasted or grilled beef — a year ago