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Grenache

Getting Cozy With Grenache
Grenache is a red wine grape that originated in Spain and Southern France, possibly from the island of Sardegna, where it is known as Cannonau. You’ve likely had Grenache many times without even knowing it, as it plays a significant role in wine from the Rhône Valley and Rioja. Now this variety is venturing out of its status as simply a blending grape and is now gaining recognition as a ...more
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2018 Baby G Grenache

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3.2

“Red Fruit, Friendly, Single Vineyard”

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2017 Restless Earth® Grenache

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3.6

“Light, Brambly, Easy Drinking”

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2017 Les Bobos Grenache

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3.8

“Round, Dark Fruit, Food Friendly”

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2018 Restless Earth® Grenache

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3.8

“Elegant, Brambly, Single Vineyard”

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2018 Les Bobos Grenache

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3.9

“Quaffable, Dark Fruit, Geeky”

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2018 Sans Script Grenache

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4.2

“Tart, Brambly, Rustic”

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Grenache

In Spain, Grenache (aka Garnacha) is grown throughout the country and is increasingly being bottled as a standalone grape. The DOC of Priorat in the northeast of the country is the most prestigious example that features Grenache as the primary grape and relies on the concentration and color given by older vines. Grenache is also a natural fit with the widely grown Tempranillo, where its fruit complements the more structured ...more