Comando G is situated in the Sierra de Gredos, part of the larger Castilla y León region in central Spain. The area is known for its rugged terrain, old vineyards, and unique terroir.
Comando G was founded by two friends, Daniel Landi and Fernando García, both highly regarded winemakers passionate about working with old-vine Garnacha grapes in the Gredos mountains. Together, they are dedicated to producing wines that express the terroir of the Sierra de Gredos. They are proponents of minimal intervention winemaking, emphasising the importance of vineyard management and allowing the natural characteristics of the grapes and the land to shine through in their wines.
One of the critical elements of Comando G’s success is its access to old, pre-phylloxera Garnacha vines. These vines are ungrafted and can be well over a century old. The older vines often produce lower yields but produce grapes with exceptional concentration and complexity.
The estate is known for producing single-vineyard Garnacha wines. Each vineyard site they work with is unique, and they aim to capture the distinctiveness of each location in their wines. Some of their famous vineyards include La Bruja de Rozas, Rozas 1er Cru, and Las Umbrías.
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