Garnacha is the spanish name of Grenache.
Black and Blue Fruit. Plum. Cherry.
Herbal Notes. Anise. Cinnamon. Tobacco. Pepper. Smoke.
Garnacha has good acidity and smooth tannins. It is very food friendly:
Spicy and Ethnic Food.
Indian. Chicken Tikka Masala
Mediterranean. Tapas. Gazpacho. Chorizo. Paella. Pollo al Ajillo. Grilled Sardines.
Roast. BBQ. Braises. Stews. Hamburger.
Poultry. Pork. Duck. Lamb. Rabbit. Game.
Smocked Fish. Mushroom Pie. Duck Confit or with Plum. Game with Cherry sauce. Asian Marinated Dishes.
Cheese. Manchego. Cheddar. Gouda. Pecorino. Asiago.
Grenache is one of the most widely planted red wine grapes in the world.
Grenache is said to originate from Aragon in Spain, but recent DNA analysis indicates that Grenache is native to Sardinia in Italy.
Different Garnacha varieties produce both red and white wines with a high level of alcohol.
Garnacha is a typical blendig grape. In pure form it produces a dull wine with little color, usually sold as a rosé.
Garnacha is the third most planted red grape variety in Spain (after Tempranillo and Bobal).