Languedoc-Roussillon Grenache Wine between $25 and $50
Grenache (or Grenache Noir, the red grape) is one of the most widely planted grapes in the world. Grenache grapes grow well in hot, dry climates like Southern France, Spain and parts of Australia. It develops very high sugar levels and therefore can produce Grenache wines with alcohol levels of 15% or 16%. In France Grenache is the primary grape used in making Chateauneuf-du-Pape blends. There are some exceptional Grenache wines being made in Australia and Spain. Spanish Grenache (where it's called Garnacha) is often blended with Tempranillo and in Australia a frequently found blend is Grenache, Shiraz and Mourvedre, the so-called GSM wines. Wherever they are from you should buy Grenache wines at Ultimate Wine Shop.
The 2012 Cotes du Roussillon Villages Latour de France Occultum Lapidem offers dark, mineral-laced aromas and flavors of smoked earth, licorice, wild herbs and blackcurrants to go with a firm, structured and age-worthy profile... Read More
A remarkable wine that is a blend of Syrah, Grenache and Carignan. The wine offers dark fruit flavors of blackberry and cassis with an underlying earthy component that leads to a long, spice filled finish. Rich and earthy and... Read More
Its majority share of Mourvedre not harvested until early October, the deeply-colored Mas Champart 2008 Saint-Chinian Clos de la Simonette combines rich plum and dark cherry with salted red meat juices, accompanied by scintillating... Read More