A heat loving grape variety that most likely originated in Spain where it is commonly know as Garnacha. It is a thin skinned, late ripening variety that need long hot summers. Grenache usually works best when blended as it has low acidity and poor examples can taste a little 'soupy'. It is often blended with Syrah and Mourvedre in the south of France, most famously in Chateauneuf-du-Pape. In Spain it pairs well with Tempranillo in Rioja, and with Carignan in Priorat. It also thrives in Australia and parts of California.
Comprised of 70% Grenache, 15% Cinsault and 15% Syrah, the Romain Duvernay Cotes du Rhone Rose is qu..
€8.00 Ex Tax: €6.50
100% Grenache with a long 20 days maceration. Ripe, sweet black fruit flavours. Great with chocolate..
€28.99 Ex Tax: €23.57
A superb dry rosé from the appelation of Tavel. A blend of Grenache (55%), Cinsault (30%) and..
€21.00 Ex Tax: €17.07
100% Grenache aged in oak for at least 6 years. Rich, sweet and complex, very much like a tawny port..
€48.99 Ex Tax: €39.83