Happy International Grenache Day! This prolific grape finds its original roots in Northern Spain, yet is most commonly referred to as a Rhone varietal. You’ll often see it blended with Syrah and Mourvedre, yet sometimes winemakers choose to bottle it solo or even as a rosé. It also comes in both red and white varieties. How about lining up a few types and getting a full-circle sense of what this grape is all about?
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