Jiménez Landi

Uvas Felices S.L.

La Mujer Cañon 2011

This is dope, great to taste a stylistic departure from the Commando G and other Landi wines. This is structured, more extracted and incorporating some new oak it seems (very well I might add). This 2011 is drinking great. Nose is fragrant with rich tones of raspberry confiture, roasted red plums, powdered sugar, sweet wood, mushroom, asian spices. Palate is beguiling, roasted/cooked fruit character matching followed by cinnamon, pastilles, sweet licorice, amaro spice, coffee, and garrigue. Structured with present yet fine tannin, definitely highlighted by the oak upbringing. — 2 years ago

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Bodegas Parra Jiménez

Lobita Loca Sauvignon Blanc Verdejo

A lot of passion fruit 👍👍 — 3 years ago


El Reventón Cebreros Garnacha 2012

Everything I want in Grenache; heady perfume, delicious fruit, that perfect spice/herbal balance, firm and persistently fine grained tannin with a rustic edge, soul, and distinct minerality. Crushed red plum, redolent of soaked cherry, dried herbs, chaparral, lavender pastille, chalk, crushed rock, white pepper, ceylon cinnamon, singed brush, black tea. Elegant, complex, full of personality and length. — 4 months ago

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Daniel Gomez Jimenez Landi

Laderas del Tiétar Sierra de Gredos Garnacha 2016

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El Corralón Vino de Paraje Grenache Syrah 2017

Good quality wine, inviting and appealing, good balance, though somewhat fierce alcohol. A two dimensional complexity with a ripe, juicy strawberry foreground in front of a floral, spicy (and a hint of savoury) background. Very ripe, yet with a good presence and density. Somewhat simple and dilute finish, but overall a food performance considering the price. — 2 years ago


Las Iruelas El Tiemblo Garnacha

Great wine. Structure, incredible. Medium body and balance. — 6 months ago

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Bodega Comando G

Tumba del Rey Moro Sierra de Gredos Madrid Garnacha 2015

Just outside Mardid, in the Sierra del Gredos lies the Tumba del Rey Moro Vineyard. Until a few years ago, this site was almost impossible to access, until Fernando García & Dani Landi spent several months removing brush and overgrowth in order to be able to farm the 60-70 year old vines planted to the granite and quartz soils. This 100% Garnacha is simply gorgeous, with a incredible silky, polished texture, and the elegance and refinement that easily rivals some of the finest wines on the planet. Its characteristics of wild berries, floral, spices, earth and herbs are pure and focused. It continues to thoroughly impress with its wonderful precision and balance through the long finish. While this is certainly impressive now, in due time, this could be something very special. — 2 years ago

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