Best known for its importance Châteauneuf-du-Pape in the Southern Rhône and Priorat in Spain where it is known as Garnacha, Grenache is a grape variety that loves the heat. It can produce serious, dense reds that can benefit from many years cellaring, but can also see alcohol levels that push north of 15%. Yet it doesn’t have to be like this, with dynamic producers from old and new worlds experimenting with methods to preserve Grenache’s purity, creating more elegant, fascinating wines.

Our Grenache Wines

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