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Characteristics of Tumba del Rey Moro
Tumba del Rey Moro is a red wine produced by Comando G in Sierra de Gredos.
Comando G, G for Garnacha, is a project that was created with the intention of recuperating old Grenache vines in Sierra de Gredos in order to produce wines that show all of the vineyards expression.
Tumba del Rey Moro is a single variety Grenache. The grape is grown on old vines that are located on slopes at a 50% gradient, almost vertical, with granite soils and large granite stones. The vineyard works along the lines of biodynamic culture.
The grapes are destemmed and a cold maceration takes place before the fermentation in open barrels. Tumba del Rey Moro undergoes an aging for 12 months in 700 litre crates and in 500 litre French oak barrels.
Tumba del Rey Moro is a rustic and profound red wine. Very expressive.
Tumba del Rey Moro 2017 is a smooth red wine with hints of fresh red fruit that lingers on the palate. A complex, deep and meaty but light wine that is broad and very juicy. The finish is pleasant with earthy notes.
We climb to an altitude of 1,100 metres for this wine. Granite, altitude and an Atlantic climate make this wine as special as it is. Sparing in aroma but sharp and mineral on the palate. According to Dani, it is the Chablis of Gredos.
Although Madrid wines (Vinos de Madrid) are still relatively unknown among consumers, the region has enjoyed a prestige and historical past that dates back to the twelfth century. Current wines in the region however are far from the old wines of San Martín de Valdeiglesias, who in their golden years were perceived as some of the most prestigious wines in Spain. Today, the Vinos of Madrid face a highly competitive wine scene, but the effort local wineries regain this old prestige is evident in the quality of the wines being produced.
For many, Comando G will sound like the name of a cartoons series that was broadcast on Spanish television in the late seventies and early eighties. But in the wine world, Comando G has a very precise interpretation: "G" for Grenache and "G" for Gredos. A project that began thanks to the passion of three young wine enthusiasts whose goal was to produce the best Grenache wine. And they managed to surprise everyone with wines of a marked personality, traditional and modern at the same time, with slight colour, hardly any wood, good acidity. With a fluid texture but persistent, fine tannins, tasty and elegant. Their idea is to make quality wines that reflect the area, the soils, the vintage and the variety.