The 2014 La Bruja de Rozas is produced from a variety of vineyards in the village of Rozas de Puerto Real. It's a fluid and fresh fruit-driven Garnacha with a tantalizing nose of flowers with an herbal twist wild strawberries and a flinty hint. The palate has some sour cherry flavors with very good tension and minerality ending dry. The other day I popped a bottle of the 2010 -- a vintage that can somehow compare with this 2013 -- and it's still fresh so this should develop nicely in bottle. This is a great introduction to Gredos at a fantastic price. 42300 bottles produced.