The dark-skinned red wine grape variety Grenache is used to make wine of the same name. It is also known as Garnacha in Spain, Grenache Noir in France, and Cannonau in Italy. It is said to have started in the northern Spanish area of Aragon, which is also where carignan wine is said to have its origins.
Grenache or Granacha is soft on the pallet and pairs well with a multitude of dishes, making this wine a great option for both formal and informal dinners. Although often used in blends and in the production of Rose, Kendricks stock a few wines that are single vineyard and 100% Grenacha, allowing the wonderful intricacies of this wine to shine through.