Comando G, La Bruja de Rozas
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Comando G, La Bruja de Rozas - 2021

Item # 48512 1.5L

Comando G’s village wine, La Bruja de Rozas is sourced from several vineyards in the vicinity of Las Rozas de Puerto Real. Garnacha from granitic sand, La Bruja is perfumed and lively with plenty of fruit with a backbone of acidity and fine tannin. Hand harvested, natural yeast fermentation and a long maceration followed by nine months in oak vats.

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Wine made from grapes grown organically using natural composting techniques and special preparations of herbal sprays while following the astronomical calendar.

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5 Words: Perfumed, Granite, Finesse, Licorice, Raspberry 100% Garnacha Wines from Madrid, you say? Yes. Coming from an elevation of 900 meters in the Sierra de Gredos mountains. Daniel Landi and Fernando Garcia make wine here that drinks like Burgundy and Northern Rhone had a baby. "La Bruja" is their entry level, or "village wine" (another ode to Burgundy). This Garnacha is sourced from multiple sites over granitic sand in Las Rozas de Puerto Real. These wild vines are hand-harvested, the juice sees a long 50-60 day maceration, and the wine ages in big, primarily neutral oak barrels. While there is no shortage of herbal and fruit notes, this wine has a distinct rocklike backbone. Fun Fact: Dani and Fernando gained the trust of older grape growers in the area by throwing back beers with them in the local bars.

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