Grenache is one of the most widely planted red wine grape varieties in the world. It ripens late, so it needs hot, dry conditions such as those found in Spain, the south of France, and California's San Joaquin Valley.

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  1. Salvaje Garnacha

    Salvaje Garnacha


    Northen Spain offers some of the most classic expressions of Garnacha (or Grenache), with this wine being a notable example, made from grapes harvested from ancient 'wild' bush vines in the mountainous Moncayo end of the Ebro Valley. Powerful aromas of wild berries and tobacco leaf are tempered by a sense of freshness and floral edges. The middleweight palate has ripe red fruit and a Burgundian minerality, with subtle French oak. Drink with barbecued red meats or spicy chorizo. Learn More
  2. Domaine La Montagnette 2015

    Domaine La Montagnette 2015


    Domaine la Montagnette is made by a quality minded co-op, Les Vignerons D'Estezargues, a group of 10 sustainable fruit growers in the southern Rhône. This co-op is different from other because winemaker Denis Deschamps does not blend all the fruit to make a bulk product. Denis preserves the integrity of Montagnette by using only the domaine's fruit, cultured yeasts, and enzymes, and by limiting the amount of sulfur. This unfined/unfiltered cuvée is a combination of mostly Grenache with some Syrah exclusively from the village of Signargues. Learn More
  3. Vina Zorzal 2015

    Vina Zorzal 2015


    Viña Zorzal Malayeto is a red wine from Navarra produced by Bodegas Zorzal in Corella. It was founded in 1989 with the intention of restoring the area’s native varieties and with the philosophy that wine is born in the vineyard. Viña Zorzal Malayeto was born on a single plot of land in the town of Fitero. Malayeto was formed on rocky, stony soils with clay, limestone and conglomerates. It is located 512 metres above sea level with a continental climate. In order to produce this 100% Garnacha wine, alcoholic fermentation takes place with its own lees in 2000 litre French oak vats. It is then decanted into two-year old French oak barrels where it carries out malolactic fermentation and ages for 9 months. Viña Zorzal Malayeto is a Garnacha with character and complexity. A wine that strikes a perfect balance between the fruitiness of the Garnacha and the complexity produced from its time spent in barrels. Learn More
  4. Delas Cote Du Ventoux 2013

    Delas Cote Du Ventoux 2013


    The color is a deep ruby red, showing garnet reflections while young. With its predominately berry-fruit bouquet, this wine shows the full aromatic power of these two fine grape varieties whilst retaining the freshness imparted by well-controlled winemaking. The Ventoux pairs well with Provencale stews, cold cuts, mixed grills and wild fowl. Learn More
  5. Menguante Garnacha Carinena 2012

    Menguante Garnacha Carinena 2012


    This 100% Garnacha is from the hands of Bodegas Pablo, a family domain located in the appellation Cariñena. They are 550-750 meters high, which gives the wines a beautiful break. Beautiful cherry red color. Complex nose of cherries, cedar and a light vanilla test betray the 8 months of fatigue. Full and intense in mouth with beautiful round and juicy tannin. Gorgeous price / quality. Learn More
  6. Mas Donis Old Vines

    Mas Donis Old Vines


    Celler de Capçanes began as a village cooperative in 1933 and today is regarded as leading wine producer of the region. This special cuvee is produced from 75 year old Garnacha vines and 30+ year old Syrah vines. Both varieties are independently hand harvested, vinified and slowly matured in French and American oak for 9 months before blending. The wine then spends another 6 months in tank to meld the flavours and produce a well-integrated, complex and fruit-forward red. Pair it with lamb shank, chicken & chorizo paella, and medium cheeses. Learn More
  7. Tres Patas Mentrida

    Tres Patas Mentrida


    Canopy Tres Patas is a red wine from D.O. Méntrida, produced in Bodegas Canopy. This is a young winery that carries out organic agriculture, with minimum intervention, allowing the siliceous-granitic soils to fully express themselves and achieve quality wines. The climate in this area is extreme continental, with long cold winters, slightly tempered by the mountain range Sierra de Gredos, which acts as a natural barrier against the cold winds from the north and the west. Summers are warm, and rainfall is very scarce. The large seasonal temperature variation is perfect to ripen the grapes. Learn More
  8. Robert Oatley GSM 2015

    Robert Oatley GSM 2015


    Macerated red fruits and musk from Grenache, structure and longevity via Shiraz, Mouvedre's gamey notes and minerality. Learn More
  9. Tavera Garnacha Old Vines 14

    Tavera Garnacha Old Vines 14


    Vivid ruby. Lively red and dark berry aromas show good clarity and a touch of candied flowers. Supple and seamless in texture, offering juicy black raspberry and cherry flavors given spine by a gentle mineral nuance. Finishes fruity and broad, with a touch of white pepper adding lift and cut. Learn More
  10. Pierre Rougon Beaumes De Venise

    Pierre Rougon Beaumes De Venise


    100% Muscat Suggestions for accompaniment: At the aperitif, served very fresh or on beautiful season tarts Product of France Prepared by Pierre Rougon F-84190 Beaumes de Venise Contains sulfites Learn More
  11. Gouverneur Corne-Loup Lirac

    Gouverneur Corne-Loup Lirac


    This predominantly Grenache Lirac (50%, Mourvèdre and Syrah 20%) offers powerful scents of sun-ripened red fruits. The palate is full and structured, marked by soft tannins. Cut for a ten-year-old guard, it will accompany a wild boar stew or a soft cheese. Learn More
  12. Cline Cashmere Red

    Cline Cashmere Red


    Grenache comes from the Massoni vineyard in Oakley, where grape clusters are meticulously thinned to concentrate the flavors in the fruit. Warm-grown Contra Costa Syrah provides rich berry character and good tannin structure. Mourvèdre vines are planted in sandy soil and are dry-farmed, providing luscious flavors of chocolate and cherry. A versatile red, Cashmere is an outstanding choice with grilled salmon, pork roast, or duck. Blend: 55% Mourvedre, 22% Syrah, 19% Grenache Learn More
  13. Buil Gine Gine Priorat Red

    Buil Gine Gine Priorat Red


    Dry red wine full of the aromas of the ripe grape, and fresh at the same time. Very fruity. This unoaked old-vines cuvee remains an exceptional bargain in this pricey neighborhood. A wine that is characterised above all by its enormous versatility. It combines very well with foods with floral touches, with aromatic herbs, pepper, anise or cinnamon, balsamic touches, toast or pastries, and also with robust, meaty fish. Learn More
  14. Domaine Corne-Loup Lirac

    Domaine Corne-Loup Lirac


    Dark red ruby color. Aromas of red berries, truffles and spices. Complex and rich on the palate. It shows red and black fruits, with an herbal spice type of aromas coming from the surrounding vegetation. The average age of the vines is 40 years. Pairs well with lamb, duck, turkey, red meat, game and cheese. Learn More
  15. 2010 Famille Perrin Vinsobres "Les Cornuds"

    2010 Famille Perrin Vinsobres "Les Cornuds"


    (a 50/50 blend of grenache and syrah): Glass-staining ruby. Aromas of dark berries, licorice and smoky spices, with a floral nuance gaining strength with air. Juicy, focused and nicely concentrated, offering hefty cassis and bitter cherry flavors brightened by a cracked pepper quality. A smoky note comes up on the long, spicedominated finish. This pungent wine is really showing its syrah right now. Tasting Colour: Dark with purple undertones Nose: Intense notes of violet, black fruit and spices, black pepper and liquorice Mouth: Round, full-bodied, huge finesse with elegant tannins, very fresh Learn More
  16. Pasanau Priorat Ceps Nous

    Pasanau Priorat Ceps Nous


    70% Garnacha, 15% Cabernet Sauvignon, 10% Merlot and 5% Syrah, including fruit from Pasanau's youngest vines in La Morera. Aged in third- and fourth-year French and American oak from four to six months according to variety. Learn More

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