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– Robert Parker in the Wine Advocate
Rumbo al Norte has been the pinnacle vineyard of the Comando G project since the beginning. It’s an incredibly rocky site, near Navarrevisca, at over 1,200 metres above sea level, with old bush vines wedged between granite boulders.
The extreme altitude and poor soils mean that production is naturally capped at around 1,000 bottles a year.
We can’t really top the description of Rumbo that was published in Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate in March 2016: “Tremendously austere and mineral, the tactile sensation is akin to licking granite… This is simply superb… The nose is terribly complex and subtle, it’s there but you really need to pull it out… The palate is light but powerful, austere and mineral, as well as soil-driven. I’d say there’s no fruit here, this is like liquid granite. This was raised in a single 600-litre oak barrel that was transferred into 800 bottles on April 23rd 2015. This is world-class wherever you look at it from.”