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Las Rocas de San Alejandro Garnacha Calatayud
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Great Garnacha!
01/07/2008
by Solis12601253
We had a Spanish wine tasting in November 2006 and we paired this one with cod fish croquettes. Great pairing, refreshing wine. Fruity and easy to drink, you can beat the price.
2004 good pizza pasta wine; let breathe 1 hr. drank only bottle 8-27-07
08/27/2007
by Yager12418632
buy 6 more. very peppery. 04 spanish wines all good! many ratings at ct most rate it a great qpr
Drank on 7-7
07/14/2008
by Barrett05
Drank on 7-7 7 of 10 stars
wsa
11/23/2007
by Allen12556455
Awesome wine at this price point - has character of much more expensive offerings. Had 2 bottles at Thanksgiving and going back to buy a case (or 2).
Surprisingly good
11/29/2008
by Novicewineguy
This was a surprisingly good wine. To me it seemed like a medium bodied wine that's not too fruity with obvious tannins. We like it and you can't beat the price. We'll be buying more.
Las Rocas - Good, Not Great
11/12/2008
by Lewis12591521
Las Rocas - Good, Not Great
DIFFRENT
08/23/2008
by calama12847368
BOUGHT A BOTTLE OF THIS GARNACHA BY RECOMMENDATION OF A TOTAL WINE EMPLOYEE, DIDNT LIKE THE TASTE (PERSONAL) PRICE WAS RIGHT BUT REALLY DIDNT LIKE THE TASTE (DIFFRENT).SORRY!

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