Garnacha/Grenache loves sunshine and warmth and doesn’t mind wind. With these qualities consistent, it will nonetheless produce a more fruit-generous wine at balmier, ower altitudes and a more minerally wine at cool, higher altitudes.
Wait! Don’t be intimidated by all of this diversity in a single grape! (we haven’t even mentioned that Garnacha/Grenache is frequently blended with other grapes either… that creates an even larger array of styles!)
Here is your sure-fire guide to enjoying Garnacha/Grenache across your many different meals.
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