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Definitions

  1. Grenache is the dominant variety in Red and Ros--. (Web site)
  2. Grenache is also the main grape used in the fortified wines of the Banyuls region.
  3. Grenache is a key ingredient in Rioja, where blending with Tempranillo creates a robust, hearty red. (Web site)
  4. GRENACHE: A grape variety found widely grown in Spain, (where it is known under the name Garnacha), the south of France and also in California. (Web site)
  5. Grenache is a red grape used widely in producing red wine throughout Spain and France, as well as in other parts of the world. (Web site)

Carignan

  1. About 70% of the wines are ros--, made from Grenache, Cinsaut, Syrah, Mourv--dre, Tibouren and Carignan grapes. (Web site)
  2. Their 2003 Minervois is a blend of Syrah, Carignan and Grenache with plenty of extract and richness.
  3. First a little about each of the contenders: The grapes in Rivesaltes wine are Grenache, Carignan, Macabeau and Muscat. (Web site)

Grenaches

  1. The Spanish name for the grape referred to in France as Grenache. (Web site)
  2. The Wirra Wirra 2003 McLaren Vale Grenache is a sensational wine with rich, ripe, concentrated fruit characters.
  3. Today Gary does a Grenache wine tasting and review. (Web site)
  4. Grenache is not known for producing wines that age well over a long period of time. (Web site)
  5. Thanks for the Grenache episode.

Rh Ne

  1. Depending on the specific AOC rules, grapes blended into southern Rh--ne reds may include Grenache, Syrah, Mourvedre, Carignan and Cinsaut.
  2. Unlike its northern Rh--ne neighbors, Ch--teauneuf-du-Pape permits thirteen different varieties of grape, and the blend is usually predominantly Grenache.
  3. GRENACHE Le raisin de pr--dilection des crus de La Rioja et des grands vins de Bandol, des crus de la vall--e du Rh--ne, de l---Afrique du Nord et du Chili. (Web site)

Syrah

  1. This wine, like most of the wines in the southern Rhone Valley, is a blend, in this case 60% Grenache, 20% Syrah, 10% Mourvedre, and 10% Cinsault.
  2. In the southern Rhone Grenache replaces Syrah as the most important grape (Syrah being more important in the north). (Web site)
  3. Most of the classic red grapes also come from France and include Cabernet Sauvignon, Gamay, Grenache, Merlot, Pinot Noir, and Syrah.
  4. The blend is about 70% Grenache 20% Mourvedre and then Syrah and a field blend of old vines the remainder.
  5. A distinctive blend, Vacqueyras contains Grenache, Syrah and Mourvedre, so they're not overwhelming. (Web site)

Shiraz

  1. Notwithstanding this recent return to favour, Grenache will not seriously challenge Shiraz because of its need for a relatively warm climate.
  2. Shiraz's reign at the top of the tree really started in the middle of the 1950s when it replaced Grenache as the most popular red winegrape variety. (Web site)
  3. Clearly, Duval knows and loves the old-vine shiraz, grenache and mourvedre that grows here.

Known Under

  1. Grenache is currently widely grown in Spain, (where it is known under the name Garnacha), the south of France and also in California. (Web site)
  2. GRENACHE: Also confusingly known under the synonym names Alicante in the south of France and Guarnaccia in the Ischia DOC, Campania, Italy. (Web site)
  3. They developed Alicante Bouschet in 1866 by crossing grenache and Petit Bouschet (the latter variety a cross of Teinturier du Cher and aramon). (Web site)

Garnacha

  1. Grenache is currently widely grown in Spain, (where it is known under the name Garnacha), the south of France and also in California. (Web site)
  2. Another unusual variety that shares the Grenache name is Garnacha Tintorera. (Web site)
  3. The varietal is also known as Garnacha Rosa or Grey Grenache.
  4. Grenache Blanc, or Garnacha Blanca is the white variety of Grenache. (Web site)
  5. Grenache is also important in Spain, where it's known as Garnacha Tinta; it is especially noteworthy in Rioja and Priorat.

Southern Rh Ne

  1. The second most widely planted grape in the world, Grenache is widespread in the southern Rh-ne.
  2. Also, Grenache Blanc, known in Spain as Garnacha Blanca, which is bottled in the Southern Rh-ne.

Permitted Grapes

  1. Gigondas AOC, on the other hand, is predominantly made from Grenache Noir has a more restricted set of permitted grapes.
  2. Other permitted grapes are Grenache Blanc, Grenache Gris, and (rarely used (* That has or have previously been owned by someone else.

Clairette

  1. Cinsaut is often blended with Grenache and Carignane. (Web site)
  2. In the Rhone wine region, the grape is often blended with Roussanne, Marsanne, Grenache blanc, and Rolle.
  3. The standard " black Grenache " is known as "Garnatxa Fina" in Catalan, and is the most common version.
  4. White wines use the clairette, grenache blanc, rolle blanc, S--millon Blanc, and Ugni Blanc.
  5. White wines are made mainly with bourboulenc; clairette; grenache blanc and vermentino.

Southern France

  1. In southern France where ros--s are extremely popular, ros--s are often made from grenache.
  2. Grenache - Red wine grape variety widely planted in Southern France, typically producing hearty, peppery wines, with strawberry and red berry overtones.

Tempranillo

  1. It is a stunning, unfiltered Rioja made from 70% Tempranillo, 20% Grenache, and the rest Mazuelo and Graciano.
  2. It's often tamed by less fleshy, more structured grapes like Syrah, Mourvedre or Tempranillo - Grenache is the "G" in GSM blends of Australia. (Web site)

Mourv Dre

  1. It is usually found in Rhone -style blends, notably the GSM mixture - Grenache, Shiraz, Mourv--dre.
  2. The principal grapes for the red wines and ros--s are the grenache; mourv--dre; cinsault syrah; counoise; carignan; and cabernet sauvignon.
  3. Red: maximum of 80%Grenache black and a minimum of 15% Syrah and Mourv-dre.
  4. Syrah, Mourv-dre and Grenache Noir get the nod, at the expense of Carignan, Cinsaut and Alicante Bouschet.
  5. Fitou is made of a blend of mainly Carignan and Grenache, balanced with Syrah in the inland area of Fitou and Mourv-dre in the coastal area of Fitou.

Grenache Blanc

  1. Grenache, carignan, tempranillo and syrah are grown with much success in Priorat. (Web site)
  2. It is a stunning, unfiltered Rioja made from 70% Tempranillo, 20% Grenache, and the rest Mazuelo and Graciano.
  3. California Grenache Blanc can be made with density and extract in synch with the best examples in Priorat or Ch--teauneuf-du-Pape.
  4. Macabeo is also known as Viura in Rioja and it is frequently blended with Grenache Blanc in Languedoc, southern France.
  5. This wine is predominately Grenache with a slight amount of Syrah and Carignan.

Ros

  1. One of the main uses of the Grenache grape is as an ingredient in the popular ros-- wines of the Lirac and Tavel regions of France. (Web site)
  2. Outside of the white Zinfandel fad, Grenache ros-s are the most popular with home winemakers.
  3. Red and ros-- wines are made from Grenache Noir and Syrah grapes, white wines from Clairette, Grenache Blanc and Marsanne. (Web site)
  4. The red and ros-- wines are produced from Braquet, Fuella, Cinsaut and Grenache grapes, while the whites are produced from Rolle, Roussanne and Chardonnay.
  5. Cinsult is also commonly used in ros-- production along with Lladoner Pelut, Picpoul Noir, Terret Noir and Grenache.

Widely Planted

  1. Most widely planted red grape in the world, Grenache rules in Spain (as Garnacha) and in the Languedoc. (Web site)
  2. Grenache Gris is widely planted in France in particular, but is declining under the current vine pull schemes.

Du

  1. Three Peaks, Cotes du Roussillon is a blend of Grenache, Syrah and Mourvedre with a light touch of oak.
  2. Jaboulet's Chateauneuf du Pape les Cedres, Blanc This is a nice white primarily from Grenache with a small amount of Picardan. (Web site)

Grenache Grape

  1. The grenache grape is relatively low in both pigment and malic acid, and oxidizes readily. (Web site)
  2. One of the main uses of the Grenache grape is as an ingredient in the popular ros-- wines of the Lirac and Tavel regions of France. (Web site)
  3. The Grenache grape variety is a sweet grape and is one of the most widely planted in the world. (Web site)

Grenache Gris

  1. The wines are red or white, and made from Muscat, Grenache Noir, Grenache Blanc, Grenache Gris, Macabeu and (rarely) Malvoisie grapes. (Web site)
  2. This sensitively oaked blend of Grenache Gris and 30% Macabeo is a stunner, with notes of fennel and citrus fruit and a mealy texture. (Web site)

Rh Ocirc

  1. It is also grown in Provence where it it used in a blend, along with Cinsault and Grenache, to produce one of the favored red wines. (Web site)
  2. The traditional Rhône grapes of Mourvedre, Grenache, Syrah and Viognier are also prominent.
  3. Most red wines of southern Côtes du Rhône are Grenache based, as are some fruity rosé wines.
  4. Other grape varieties tolerated 20% maximum, white grape varieties 20% maximum (Grenache, Clairette, Marsanne, Roussanne, Bourboulenc and Viognier).
  5. On ne plante pas du Grenache ou de la Syrah ici, et la couleur n---a rien -- voir avec la qualit-- du vin, et encore moins avec son potentiel d-----volution.

Pale Red

  1. In the warmer regions of California the Grenache grape tends to produce pale red wines that are mainly useful for blends. (Web site)
  2. Grenache wines tend to age rapidly, showing tawny colors and prone to oxidation or maderization after only a relatively short time in bottle. (Web site)
  3. As a stand-alone varietal, Grenache wines tend to be a pale red colour with a sweet flavour. (Web site)

Du Languedoc

  1. In Spain, Grenache is known as Garnacha, where it is the single-most planted grape in the country. (Web site)
  2. Back near Suzette, plot planted with mostly old (1910) Grenache in Beaumes de Venise zone . (Web site)
  3. It produces AOC C-teaux du Languedoc wines in the Montpellier sandstone soil area, planted with Syrah, Grenache and Carignan.

Barossa

  1. No other wine created the stir that Bitch Barossa Grenache has over the last 3 years.
  2. Grenache is getting wider play in southern Australia, especially in Barossa Valley and McLaren Vale.

Rolle

  1. The small quantity of white wines are made from Clairette, Grenache, Rolle, Ugni Blanc and Semillon.
  2. The Grenache and marsanne bring the necessary richness to the blend while the roussane and rolle come with enough acidity to keep the ensemble fresh.

Percent

  1. When ripe, Grenache has a very high sugar level and can produce wines with 15 to 16 percent alcohol.
  2. This maroon-colored wine was 100 percent grenache, a rarity. (Web site)

Wines Must

  1. The red wines must contain at least 50% of Grenache, Mourv--dre (10 % minimum) and Cinsaut.
  2. Red and ros-- wines must have at least 60% Carignan grape s and may also contain Grenache Noir, Syrah, Mourv--dre and Lladoner.

Rhone

  1. The 554 vines mirror the Rhone's mainstays of Viognier, Grenache Blanc and Syrah.
  2. In fact Grenache is a principal variety in all of the major Appellations in the Southern Rhone. (Web site)
  3. The wines produced are similar in style to Cote du Rhone reds and is based heavily on Grenache with Syrah, Cinsault, Carignan and Mouvedre blended in.
  4. Mourvedre: Red winegrape from the Rhone valley blended with Grenache; also found in Spain where it is known as Monastrell or Mataro.
  5. In the southern part of the Rhone Valley, syrah is often blended with other varietals, like grenache, to make Chateau-Neuf-du-Pape and Cotes-du-Rhone.

Spain

  1. Grenache is widely planted in Spain where it is known as Garnacha Tinta. (Web site)
  2. Grenache is thought to have originated in Spain where it is referred to as Garnacha and is best known for its inclusion in the wines of Rioja. (Web site)
  3. Grenache occupies more vineyard acres than any other variety in Spain, totaling 250,000 acres under vine.

Dre Grapes

  1. Red and ros-- wines are made from Grenache Noir, Syrah, Cinsaut and Mourv--dre grapes, white wines from Clairette, Grenache Blanc, Roussanne and Vermentino.
  2. Collioure - Dry red wine from the Banyuls in Southwestern France produced from a belnd of dominently Grenache and Mourv-dre grapes.

Blended

  1. Grenache, Llandoner Pelut, Mourv--dre and Syrah are also often blended with it.
  2. Red Grenache wines are usually blended with those made from other varieties; 100 percent Grenache wines are rarely found. (Web site)
  3. In the Rhone wine region, the grape is often blended with Roussanne, Marsanne, Grenache blanc, and Rolle.

Widely Planted Red

  1. Most widely planted red grape in the world, Grenache rules in Spain (as Garnacha) and in the Languedoc. (Web site)
  2. Wine Spectator | Sips And Tips | Dining Tip | Grenache Panache Grenache is one of the most widely planted red wine grapes in the world. (Web site)

Readily

  1. The grenache grape is relatively low in both pigment and malic acid, and oxidizes readily. (Web site)
  2. Grenache concentrates, like all others, are improving, but concentrate wines rarely reach the level of quality of kit, juice or fresh-grape wines. (Web site)
  3. Grenache tends to oxidize easily so we don---t rack and aerate it like we do Syrah. (Web site)
  4. Processed Grenache juice, Grenache kits and Grenache concentrates are also readily available at moderate prices.

Blanc Grapes

  1. Select bunches of Roussanne, Viognier and Grenache Blanc grapes have been laid out on straw beds in our greenhouses to dry out. (Web site)
  2. The Grenache Blanc grapes were whole cluster pressed, and fermented using native yeasts in stainless steel tanks. (Web site)

Grenache Noir

  1. Gigondas AOC, on the other hand, is predominantly made from Grenache Noir has a more restricted set of permitted grapes.
  2. Grenache is wind resistant and extremely resistant to drought.
  3. Blend it with Grenache to make a red table wine.
  4. The Grenache produces wines that, in their youth, are fruity, full in flavor, and have overtones of spice. (Web site)
  5. Often blended with syrah and grenache to make Rhone-style blends.

Carignane

  1. Carignane and Grenache are well suited to the Central Valley climate, but Cabernet Sauvignon requires a cooler growing location. (Web site)
  2. Grenache is known by local names ( alicante, carignane rousse) in the Mediterranean regions of France. (Web site)

Vin Doux Naturel

  1. Sweet red and white fortified wines ( vin doux naturel) are made, mostly from Grenache Noir but sometimes from Grenache Blanc and Grenache Gris grapes.
  2. Sweet red and white fortified wine s ( vin doux naturel) are made, mostly from Grenache Noir but sometimes from Grenache Blanc and Grenache Gris grape s.

Bitch

  1. Bitch Grenache is sourced from 40- to 60-year-old vines from the Ebenezer sub-region of the Barossa.
  2. The 2006 Bitch Grenache South Australia (sku #1032660) you have chosen is not in stock in our retail stores or within our main warehouse. (Web site)

Bush Vine

  1. Tonight I'm sipping one from Yalumba, described as a bush vine Grenache from 70 year old vines. (Web site)
  2. One of the world's most widely planted grape s, Grenache is a quintessentially Mediterranean red variety which does best as a low yielding bush vine. (Web site)

Old Vines

  1. A blend of 50% Grenache, 25% Mourvedre, and 25% Syrah from 35 year old vines, aged for a year in oak casks.
  2. Grenache has always done well in the McDowell Valley and the Alban clone is a welcome addition to old vines that were planted in 1970. (Web site)

Grenache

  1. GRENACHE Le raisin de pr--dilection des crus de La Rioja et des grands vins de Bandol, des crus de la vall--e du Rh--ne, de l'Afrique du Nord et du Chili. (Web site)
  2. Ros-: maximum of 80%Grenache black.
  3. A grenache based wine made in the Cotes du Rhone, near the city of Rasteau.
  4. The Amidyves Cotes du Ventoux red made from organic Syrah and Grenache is a particularly fine, elegant example of the region.
  5. In Australia it is also known under the alias name of White Grenache. (Web site)

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