Dan Landi is one half of Comando G – one of Spain’s most (rightfully) hyped producers of recent years. I’m a huge fan of those wines, as I am of this, his side-project. The philosophy here is the same: Landi seeks to express Grenache in the purest, prettiest and most unadulterated form possible. This means he needs to be exacting with his picking dates so that the wine is nether lean and underripe nor rich, fat and alcoholic as it can be if picked too late. In 2017, he seems to have nailed it. This is all pomegranate, redcurrant, dried raspberry and slightly gritty tannin. Its very aromatic, cool and slippery across the palate and hold tension and energy through the length of the wine. A bottle drunk recently (August 2020) disappeared in under an hour between two of us – always a good indication of a delicious wine. – Ches Cook, FWC.