La Bruja de Rozas

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1 bottle€16.40
3 bottles€49.20
6 bottles€98.40
bottles €196.80

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Vintage: 2018

Product type: Young Red Wine with aging

Cellar: Comando G Viticultores

Parker: 93

Grapes: Garnacha

Producer: La Bruja de Rozas

Alcohol volume: 14.50

Bottle Volume: 750.0

Allergens: Contains sulfites

Serving temperature: Between 14 ºC and 16 ºC

La Bruja de Rozas is a red wine made in Madrid by Comando G. Comando G is a young winery with the idea of making wines from old Grenache. Hence the G in the name. G de Garnacha.La Bruja de Rozas is a monovarietal of the Garnacha variety. The grapes come from 3 small vineyards with ages between 50 and 90 years old, with mainly granitic soil planted at an altitude of 800-900 meters above sea level. At this altitude they achieve a balanced maturation and very fresh wines. Comando G practices agriculture following the principles of biodynamics, completely respectful of the environment. The grapes from each vineyard ferment separately, with native yeasts from the vineyard. La Bruja de Rozas is aged for 7 months in 500-liter French oak vats. A fresh Garnacha with a lot of character, La Bruja de Rozas is a name that will transport more than one person back to childhood, to those years of transgressive and didactic television. A similar effect is the one that the wines of the guys from Comando G have had, showing the world that reviled areas such as the Sierra de Gredos can offer some of the most personal wines in the world. As the G in its name indicates, the wines of Comando G are based on the Garnacha variety. This, in particular, is a monovarietal made with grapes from 3 small vineyards between 50 and 90 years old planted on granite soils at an altitude of 800-900 meters. The old vines provide depth, granite transparency and altitude freshness, resulting in a balanced and expressive wine that makes you fall in love from the first sip. Its nose is delicate and its mouth is fresh but with an austere finish. We are facing a delicately rustic wine in which behind an apparent fragility hides a personal and suggestive center. It combines the maturity of Spanish wines with a freshness and elegance that seem imported from Burgundy. Memories of orange peel, a characteristic aroma of the best Garnachas, emerge together with aromas of red fruits and subtle lactic acid. The soil and the skin of the grape adorned with herbaceous memories and discreet sweet spices can be felt. An initial wine that defines a style.