Las Rocas


Las Rocas de San Alejandro Garnacha 2016
" Las Rocas Garnacha offers vibrant aromas and flavors of dark cherry and blackberry. Well-integrated nuances of oak and round tannins underscore these decadent fruit flavors to create a rich, well-structured wine. " ~ Winery notes
Item Number: 30283
Bottle:$9.95
Case: $119.40
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Las Rocas de San Alejandro Garnacha 2015
" Las Rocas Garnacha offers vibrant aromas and flavors of dark cherry and blackberry. Well-integrated nuances of oak and round tannins underscore these decadent fruit flavors to create a rich, well-structured wine. " ~ Winery notes

Las Rocas de San Alejandro Garnacha 2014
"Following harvest at the beginning of October, the Garnacha grapes were cold soaked for several days to extract the deep, intense flavors of the fruit. During fermentation, which occurred at temperatures between 75 F and 82 F, the juice remained in contact with the skins for 15 days. The wine

Las Rocas de San Alejandro Garnacha 2013
Winemaker Notes "Following harvest at the beginning of October, the Garnacha grapes were cold soaked for several days to extract the deep, intense flavors of the fruit. During fermentation, which occurred at temperatures between 75 F and 82 F, the juice remained in contact with the skins for 15

Las Rocas de San Alejandro Garnacha Rose 2012
" The grapes for our 2012 Rosé were harvested in mid-October at very low temperatures. Before draining the tank, the juice remained in contact with the skins for eight hours. Fermentation occurred in stainless steel tanks for 12 days at a maximum temperature of 61°F. After fermentation, we racked

Las Rocas de San Alejandro Rosado 2008
90  Robert Parker 
Robert Parker 90 "The deep pink-colored 2008 Las Rocas Rosado offers a fragrant bouquet of strawberry, cherry, and rhubarb leading to a medium-bodied, fleshy wine with tons of flavor, excellent depth, and a vibrant personality. It will be versatile with a wide range of cuisines and drink well over

Las Rocas de San Alejandro Garnacha 2012
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"Following harvest at the end of October, the Garnacha grapes were cold soaked for several days to extract the deep, intense flavors of the fruit. During fermentation, which occurred at temperatures between 75°F and 82°F, the juice remained in contact with the skins for 15 days. The wine underwent