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Comando G Rozas 1er Cru 2016

COMANDO G ROZAS 1er CRU 2016 | JIMENEZ LANDI ~ 100% Garnacha ~ 13.5% Alc. ~ 0.75 Ltr. ~

97JS / 95RP

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Comando G
Daniel Gómez Jiménez Landi / Fernando García Alonso
DO Vinos de Madrid

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"Superb aromatic complexity. Beautifully caught ripe strawberries, cherries and raspberries with fragrant and exotic violets and roses. A very juicy, fleshy and engaging texture. The tannins fold out in sheets and make for very compelling freshness and length. Drink or hold."

97 Points | James Suckling | | 22 June 2018


"The 2016 Rozas 1er Cru is their Garnacha village selection from the village of Rozas de Puerto Real was aromatically captivating, showcasing the style of the village, always lots of violet and wildflowers and the freshness, elegance and subtleness of the vintage, without a doubt their finest vintage to date. They refer to this as their mini-Umbrías, and it does have the elegance of that single vineyard bottling. This could be the bargain of the cellar because it over-delivers for the money. 12,900 bottles were produced and later bottled in January of 2018. Drink: 2019-2024."

"Comando G has produced their finest wines in 2016. It's really a killer vintage, and what's amazing is that it combined quality with QUANTITY! The wines are better than ever across the board, with incredible freshness, precision and detail. There are a couple of new reds, one from the Tamboril vineyard where, until now, they have produced their only white, and from another plot nearby the Rumbo al Norte vineyard called La Breña."

95 Points | Luis Gutiérrez | Robert Parker, Wine Advocate | Issue #240 | 28 December 2018


Rozas 1er Cru comes from several plots, totaling 5 ha, of Garnacha located near the town of Rozas de Puerto Real. Similar to its “little” sibling, La Bruja, Rozas 1er Cru is lithe and winsome example of mountain Garnacha but with a deeper minerality and slightly firmer tannin, hence the Burgundian inspired name.

  • Drink: 2019 - 2024
  • Production: 12.900 bottles
  • Treatment: 12 months in big vats of French oak (30-40HL)