Took this wine to the Farm BBQ with chef Sean Hale in Bloomingdale, Michigan. This is a field blend of native varietals including Tempranillo, Garnacha, Bobal, Monastrell, Viura, Albillo and Malvasia co-fermented in cement. The vineyards range in age from 80-180 years old. Aged for 8 months in oak barrels. "Ojo Gallo" means rooster eye. This was the darkest Rose' wine I have ever had. Drinking more like a red than a rose'. Fuller body with notes of black cherries, oak and some provencal spice. Excellent wine. 92 points.