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Spanish wine now found across the world
Grenache wine is rich and flavorful and carries a deep ruby tint. While it gained popularity in France, it originally hails from Spain. Grenache is among the most delicious and prestigious wines in the world. From California to exalted areas such as Châteauneuf-du-Pape, grenache comes from various regions and in different forms, and it is wildly popular. The major regions where it's crafted are France, Spain, Italy, the United States and Australia.
Grenache taste and flavors
Grenache red wine has an unmistakable taste of cinnamon and candied fruits. It also contains flavors of stewed strawberry, grilled plum, dried herbs and blood orange. Usually with high alcohol content, it has a medium-body texture and is semi-translucent in color. Some variants do come with low alcohol by volume. Depending on where it's from, the wine will have mild aromas of grapefruit or orange rinds.
Grenache grape wine coming from Old World areas can have herbal notes of tobacco and dried oregano. Some variants of grenache can taste strikingly different than others. For example, Spanish garnacha has high sugar levels, while French grenache has smoky, herbal notes and U.S. Grenache contains a crisp acidity. No matter which variant of grenache you choose, it will always be smooth and delicious.
An extremely popular wine
The grape berries have thin skins and ripen late during the growing season. Their acids and tannins can differ depending on the growing conditions. This fruity red wine is also used to create dessert wines like Maury, Banyuls and Rasteau. Grenache has intense flavors that match well with roasted vegetables and meats with Asian spices. Browsing for a glass of red wine? Choose grenache for a special celebration. Search for Drizly in your city, or find the liquor store closest to you on Drizly.