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.
This is an elegant and fresh expression of Corbieres with notes of red fruits and spices. Easy drink..
€17.00 Ex Tax: €13.82
A rich complex and concentrated red that really showcases the Languedoc region. Full bodied with lay..
€22.00 Ex Tax: €17.89
The 'house' Chateauneuf is beautifully balanced with notes of black cherry, blackberry, pepp..
€27.00 Ex Tax: €21.95
A superb dry rosé from the appelation of Tavel. A blend of Grenache (55%), Cinsault (30%) and..
€22.00 Ex Tax: €17.88
Comprised of 70% Grenache, 15% Cinsault and 15% Syrah, the Romain Duvernay Cotes du Rhone Rose is qu..
€16.00 Ex Tax: €13.00
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
100% Grenache with a long 20 days maceration. Ripe, sweet black fruit flavours. Great with chocolate..
€28.99 Ex Tax: €23.57