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Comando G La Bruja de Rozas 2018 (6x75cl)
Inc. VAT: £232.07
2018

Comando G La Bruja de Rozas 2018 (6x75cl)

Wine Advocate (93+)

I tasted a very young and recently bottled 2018 La Bruja de Rozas, their village Garnacha from the village of Las Rozas de Puerto Real. It's from a vintage that feels very complete and balanced and delivered very healthy grapes, good yields and grapes with ripe flavors and very good freshness. The wine is juicy but also sharp and mineral, backward and nuanced; it's shy now, but it has great depth and is finely knitted, textured, mineral and salty. I think this will surpass the already-amazing 2016. It fermented and matured in oak vats of different sizes, yet there is such purity of fruit and the wine is so intense that the oak is completely transparent. I had the chance to drink this wine on repeated occasions, as I find it has an unbeatable price for the quality. It's a more complete version of the 2016—it's pale, bright and transparent, spicy, elegant, nuanced, juicy but complex, with not only fruit but also violets and an herbal side, and it's characterful and a bit funky with finesse and a texture of chalk and granite. Like a Poulsard from Chambolle. High drinkability with aging potential. 53,478 bottles produced (the second largest vintage after 2016). It was bottled in August 2019.
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Comando G La Bruja de Rozas 2019 (6x75cl)
Inc. VAT: £162.47
2019

Comando G La Bruja de Rozas 2019 (6x75cl)

Wine Advocate (93)

The 2019 La Bruja de Rozas was one of the few 2019s already bottled when I tasted the whole range in November 2020. This is a village Garnacha from Las Rozas de Puerto Real, their first approach to the grape, trying to capture the essence of the fresh fruit and the fluidity of the wine. 2019 is a ripe vintage, and the wine is a little more powerful, juicy and balanced, with rich aromas and flavors. It comes from different plots of old vines ranging from 40 to 65 years of age and planted at some 900 meters in altitude on sandy granite soils in a zone that has plenty of rain, averaging 800 liters per year. Like all of their vineyards, these plots are worked organically and biodynamically. Each vineyard fermented separately in oak vats with indigenous yeasts with a soft maceration. The wine matured in oak vats of different sizes, ranging from 1,500 to 6,000 liters. The 2019 effect seems to be quite mild here; the wine follows the profile of the 2018, despite being a little riper, and it's still very balanced. There are notes of flowers, basil and a touch of bacon intermixed with the wild berries and herbs. There's a little more concentration, and the tannins are a little chalkier and more austere. But there is no excess ripeness or anything out of place, and it has acidity and length and finishes dry and mineral. 41,853 bottles produced. It was bottled in August 2020.
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Madrid 6x75cl 1 93 (WA) Read Review/Description Inc. VAT: £162.47
Galia Clos Santuy 2015 (3x75cl)
Inc. VAT: £260.03
2015

Galia Clos Santuy 2015 (3x75cl)

Wine Advocate (96)

The 2015 Clos Santuy is produced with the grapes from an ungrafted, head-pruned 1.12-hectare vineyard in the village of Piquera de San Esteban in the province of Soria, just outside the limits of Ribera del Duero, so it’s sold as Vino de la Tierra de Castilla y León. The vineyard is planted at some 968 meters in altitude on shallow sandstone soils and is enclosed by a dry stonewall. Bougnaud has been working and vinifying this plot separately since 2010 and noticed its personality and aging potential, but this 2015 is the first vintage to be released. This is a textbook elegant and fresh Ribera from the cooler part; it’s ripe and powerful but really in balance and includes some 10% of white Albillo grapes that surely add to the silky texture and the fresh sensation on the palate. What a portfolio Galia showed in 2015, and this jewel of the crown filled some 1,073 bottles in September 2017. Bravo!
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Madrid 3x75cl 1 96 (WA) Read Review/Description Inc. VAT: £260.03
Galia Clos Santuy 2016 (3x75cl)
Inc. VAT: £266.03
2016

Galia Clos Santuy 2016 (3x75cl)

Wine Advocate (96)

The nose of the 2016 Clos Santuy was a little more discrete and reticent than the 2016 Villages. This comes from a 1.2-hectare plot of ungrafted vines in the village of Piquera de San Esteban that somehow was left out of the Ribera del Duero appellation. There is a sense of harmony and depth unlike that of the Villages, which felt more open and immediate. The palate is pure rock, austere and chalky, with a sense of minerality that was striking. It's approximately 80% Tempranillo and 20% Albillo fermented together with 20% full clusters and indigenous yeasts and matured in one 225-liter barrel and one 600-liter demi-muid for 22 months. 1,095 bottles were filled in September 2018.
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Madrid 3x75cl 1 96 (WA) Read Review/Description Inc. VAT: £266.03
Galia Villages 2014 (6x75cl)
Inc. VAT: £224.87
2014

Galia Villages 2014 (6x75cl)

Wine Advocate (94)

The 2014 Galia has some 7% Garnacha to complement the majority of Tempranillo, but in the old vineyards there is always some white Albillo too. This wine had a longer élevage of some 21 months, which is something he felt the vintage demanded. The profile is floral and aromatic, with a combination of heady and ripe wild berries. Here he selected sandier soils with a limestone-rich subsoil and he found that, because of that sandy texture, close to 60% of the grapes used are ungrafted, some of them (from the Soria part) pre-dating phylloxera. There are grapes from Trigueros del Valle in Cigales and other parts of the Duero Valley, Cuevas de Provanco, Piquera, some in Ribera del Duero and even some new vineyards in Fuentelcésped, where he had a high percentage of Albillo. The wine is fragrant and open, with good ripeness and no excess. The oak is nicely integrated; the wine aged in a combination of barriques, 600-liter vats and 1,200-liter foudres (and later even 2,500-liter ones), and some concrete eggs, which seem to have provided the it with an elegant, polished and sleek texture. The palate is very balanced and with a good combination of power and elegance. The Garnacha clearly adds a heady touch in the finish, where for a second it took me to Châteauneuf-du-Pape. Super! 10,000 bottles produced.
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Madrid 6x75cl 2 94 (WA) Read Review/Description Inc. VAT: £224.87
Galia Villages 2016 (6x75cl)
Inc. VAT: £340.07
2016

Galia Villages 2016 (6x75cl)

Wine Advocate (95)

The nose of the 2016 Villages was stunning. It's a blend of Tempranillo with 9% Garnacha and 4% white Albillo from vineyards in Piquera de San Esteban, Fuentelcésped, Hontangas, Cuevas de Provanco, Quintanilla de Onésimo and Trigueros del Valle. It fermented by soil types with indigenous yeasts and some 20% full clusters (the Garnacha was 100% whole clusters) and matured in a mixture of 225-liter barriques, 600-liter demi-muids and 1,200-liter foudres for 21 months. The élevage was very respectful with the wine, which comes through as floral and terribly aromatic, ripe without excess and with a medium to full-bodied palate, pungent flavors and great length and persistence. The tannins are round and velvety, and there is a sense of integration and balance that I liked very much. 16,140 bottles and 230 magnums were filled in July 2018.
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Madrid 6x75cl 1 95 (WA) Read Review/Description Inc. VAT: £340.07
Year Wine Region Format Qty Score Price Wishlist
Comando G La Bruja de Rozas 2018 (6x75cl)
In Bond: £180.00
2018

Comando G La Bruja de Rozas 2018 (6x75cl)

Wine Advocate (93+)

I tasted a very young and recently bottled 2018 La Bruja de Rozas, their village Garnacha from the village of Las Rozas de Puerto Real. It's from a vintage that feels very complete and balanced and delivered very healthy grapes, good yields and grapes with ripe flavors and very good freshness. The wine is juicy but also sharp and mineral, backward and nuanced; it's shy now, but it has great depth and is finely knitted, textured, mineral and salty. I think this will surpass the already-amazing 2016. It fermented and matured in oak vats of different sizes, yet there is such purity of fruit and the wine is so intense that the oak is completely transparent. I had the chance to drink this wine on repeated occasions, as I find it has an unbeatable price for the quality. It's a more complete version of the 2016—it's pale, bright and transparent, spicy, elegant, nuanced, juicy but complex, with not only fruit but also violets and an herbal side, and it's characterful and a bit funky with finesse and a texture of chalk and granite. Like a Poulsard from Chambolle. High drinkability with aging potential. 53,478 bottles produced (the second largest vintage after 2016). It was bottled in August 2019.
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Madrid 6x75cl 1 93+ (WA) Read Review/Description In Bond: £180.00
Comando G La Bruja de Rozas 2019 (6x75cl)
In Bond: £122.00
2019

Comando G La Bruja de Rozas 2019 (6x75cl)

Wine Advocate (93)

The 2019 La Bruja de Rozas was one of the few 2019s already bottled when I tasted the whole range in November 2020. This is a village Garnacha from Las Rozas de Puerto Real, their first approach to the grape, trying to capture the essence of the fresh fruit and the fluidity of the wine. 2019 is a ripe vintage, and the wine is a little more powerful, juicy and balanced, with rich aromas and flavors. It comes from different plots of old vines ranging from 40 to 65 years of age and planted at some 900 meters in altitude on sandy granite soils in a zone that has plenty of rain, averaging 800 liters per year. Like all of their vineyards, these plots are worked organically and biodynamically. Each vineyard fermented separately in oak vats with indigenous yeasts with a soft maceration. The wine matured in oak vats of different sizes, ranging from 1,500 to 6,000 liters. The 2019 effect seems to be quite mild here; the wine follows the profile of the 2018, despite being a little riper, and it's still very balanced. There are notes of flowers, basil and a touch of bacon intermixed with the wild berries and herbs. There's a little more concentration, and the tannins are a little chalkier and more austere. But there is no excess ripeness or anything out of place, and it has acidity and length and finishes dry and mineral. 41,853 bottles produced. It was bottled in August 2020.
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Madrid 6x75cl 1 93 (WA) Read Review/Description In Bond: £122.00
Galia Clos Santuy 2015 (3x75cl)
In Bond: £210.00
2015

Galia Clos Santuy 2015 (3x75cl)

Wine Advocate (96)

The 2015 Clos Santuy is produced with the grapes from an ungrafted, head-pruned 1.12-hectare vineyard in the village of Piquera de San Esteban in the province of Soria, just outside the limits of Ribera del Duero, so it’s sold as Vino de la Tierra de Castilla y León. The vineyard is planted at some 968 meters in altitude on shallow sandstone soils and is enclosed by a dry stonewall. Bougnaud has been working and vinifying this plot separately since 2010 and noticed its personality and aging potential, but this 2015 is the first vintage to be released. This is a textbook elegant and fresh Ribera from the cooler part; it’s ripe and powerful but really in balance and includes some 10% of white Albillo grapes that surely add to the silky texture and the fresh sensation on the palate. What a portfolio Galia showed in 2015, and this jewel of the crown filled some 1,073 bottles in September 2017. Bravo!
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Madrid 3x75cl 1 96 (WA) Read Review/Description In Bond: £210.00
Galia Clos Santuy 2016 (3x75cl)
In Bond: £215.00
2016

Galia Clos Santuy 2016 (3x75cl)

Wine Advocate (96)

The nose of the 2016 Clos Santuy was a little more discrete and reticent than the 2016 Villages. This comes from a 1.2-hectare plot of ungrafted vines in the village of Piquera de San Esteban that somehow was left out of the Ribera del Duero appellation. There is a sense of harmony and depth unlike that of the Villages, which felt more open and immediate. The palate is pure rock, austere and chalky, with a sense of minerality that was striking. It's approximately 80% Tempranillo and 20% Albillo fermented together with 20% full clusters and indigenous yeasts and matured in one 225-liter barrel and one 600-liter demi-muid for 22 months. 1,095 bottles were filled in September 2018.
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Madrid 3x75cl 1 96 (WA) Read Review/Description In Bond: £215.00
Galia Villages 2014 (6x75cl)
In Bond: £174.00
2014

Galia Villages 2014 (6x75cl)

Wine Advocate (94)

The 2014 Galia has some 7% Garnacha to complement the majority of Tempranillo, but in the old vineyards there is always some white Albillo too. This wine had a longer élevage of some 21 months, which is something he felt the vintage demanded. The profile is floral and aromatic, with a combination of heady and ripe wild berries. Here he selected sandier soils with a limestone-rich subsoil and he found that, because of that sandy texture, close to 60% of the grapes used are ungrafted, some of them (from the Soria part) pre-dating phylloxera. There are grapes from Trigueros del Valle in Cigales and other parts of the Duero Valley, Cuevas de Provanco, Piquera, some in Ribera del Duero and even some new vineyards in Fuentelcésped, where he had a high percentage of Albillo. The wine is fragrant and open, with good ripeness and no excess. The oak is nicely integrated; the wine aged in a combination of barriques, 600-liter vats and 1,200-liter foudres (and later even 2,500-liter ones), and some concrete eggs, which seem to have provided the it with an elegant, polished and sleek texture. The palate is very balanced and with a good combination of power and elegance. The Garnacha clearly adds a heady touch in the finish, where for a second it took me to Châteauneuf-du-Pape. Super! 10,000 bottles produced.
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Madrid 6x75cl 2 94 (WA) Read Review/Description In Bond: £174.00
Galia Villages 2016 (6x75cl)
In Bond: £270.00
2016

Galia Villages 2016 (6x75cl)

Wine Advocate (95)

The nose of the 2016 Villages was stunning. It's a blend of Tempranillo with 9% Garnacha and 4% white Albillo from vineyards in Piquera de San Esteban, Fuentelcésped, Hontangas, Cuevas de Provanco, Quintanilla de Onésimo and Trigueros del Valle. It fermented by soil types with indigenous yeasts and some 20% full clusters (the Garnacha was 100% whole clusters) and matured in a mixture of 225-liter barriques, 600-liter demi-muids and 1,200-liter foudres for 21 months. The élevage was very respectful with the wine, which comes through as floral and terribly aromatic, ripe without excess and with a medium to full-bodied palate, pungent flavors and great length and persistence. The tannins are round and velvety, and there is a sense of integration and balance that I liked very much. 16,140 bottles and 230 magnums were filled in July 2018.
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Madrid 6x75cl 1 95 (WA) Read Review/Description In Bond: £270.00

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