Grenache

Grenache Noir, the world’s second most widely planted quality red grape predominates in the South of France and in Spain as Garnacha, usually blended to add fruit and alcohol. As a single varietal wine you may come across it as Sardinia’s Canonnau. Grenache berries have thin skins and ripen late in the growing season. Acid and tannins can be variable depending on growing conditions and cropping levels but tend towards the low-medium end of the spectrum. However, old-vine Grenache grown in schist or stone, such as in Priorat and Châteauneuf-du-Pape, can produce profoundly concentrated wines capable of ageing over many decades. Produced as varietal wine, Grenache exhibits rich, spicy, berry flavours, particularly raspberry.

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  1. Cotes du Roussillon Clos
    Domaine Boudau, Le Clos, Côtes du Roussillon 2018
    Grenache 14.0% Vol
    South of France > Languedoc-Roussillon
    Elegant, fruity wine with plenty of supple red and black fruit backed up with ripe tannin. This is...
    £12.30 per bottle
  2. La Cabane Rouge
    La Cabane Reserve Grenache/Syrah, Pays d'Oc 2019
    Grenache 13.5% Vol
    South of France > Languedoc-Roussillon
    This is a soft and easy going red from Grenache and Syrah grapes grown in the historic Languedoc...
    £7.80 per bottle As low as £6.80
    • £6.80 6 or more
  3. Castell d'Olerdola Cava Brut Rosado
    Castell d'Olèrdola Brut Rosado Cava
    Grenache 11.5% Vol
    Sparkling > Rosé/Pink Sparkling
    A fresh and attractive wine with delicious summer fruit aromas and flavours of strawberries and...
    £11.20 per bottle

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