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AIX Provence Rosé 2022-Rose Wine-World WineAIX Provence Rosé 2022-Rose Wine-World Wine
AIX Provence Rosé 2022
Rameau d'Or Provence Rosé 2022-Rose Wine-World Wine
Rameau d'Or Provence Rosé 2022

World Wine – Good depth of flavour. Crunchy, juicy, delicious. Outstanding Provence Rosé. Drink with fish soup or bouillabaisse.

Chateau Mont-Redon Châteauneuf-du-Pape Rouge 2020 (6 Bottle Case)-Red Wine-World Wine
Chateau Mont-Redon Châteauneuf-du-Pape Rouge 2020 (6 Bottle Case)
Yangarra Estate Old Vine Grenache 2021 375ml (Half Bottle)-Red Wine-World Wine
Yangarra Estate Old Vine Grenache 2021 375ml (Half Bottle)

James Halliday – “Ex 1946 Blewitt Springs bush vines planted in a deep sandy dune that Yangarra call The Beach; dry-grown, bunch-sorted, wild yeast, open fermented and basket pressed. Bright clear though deep crimson hue; scented/perfumed, and I’m gone for all money without even tasting it. And I haven’t fooled myself. Its red fruit sundae glistens with dew drops on a spider’s web, yet also has a savoury echo towards the finish.” 99 Points & Wine of the Year Wine (Halliday Companion Awards Panel 2024)

Tread Softly Rose 2023-Rose Wine-World Wine
Tread Softly Rose 2023
Triennes Rosé IGP Méditerranée 2022-Rose Wine-World Wine
Triennes Rosé IGP Méditerranée 2022
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The Wine Front – GARY WALSH - THE WINE FRONT This is our regular Provence rosé, and I’d reckon we’ve knocked off (easily) more than 20 bottles since last spring, so I thought I’d better push out a note. Pale. White peach and redcurrant, a bit of tang and ruby red grapefruit, light chalky feel, freshness and vibrancy. Good zesty length. Such a good drink. It keeps you coming back for more…

Chateau Mont-Redon Reserve Côtes du Rhône Rouge 2021 (6 Bottle Case)-Red Wine-World Wine
Chateau Mont-Redon Reserve Côtes du Rhône Rouge 2021 (6 Bottle Case)

Robert Parker/Wine Advocate – ‘A négoce blend of 80% Grenache and 20% Syrah, the 2017 Cotes du Rhone Reserve Mont Redon combines black cherries and black olives in a supple, medium to full-bodied wine that's ideal for quaffing over the next several years. Drink 2019-2023.’ 87 points, Joe Czerwinski, The Wine Advocate, August 2019.

Teusner 'Joshua' Grenache Mataro Shiraz 2022-Red Wine-World Wine
Teusner 'Joshua' Grenache Mataro Shiraz 2022
Turkey Flat Rose 2023-Current Promotions-World Wine
Turkey Flat Rose 2023
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Fontanet Les Terrasses Rosé-Rose Wine-World Wine
Fontanet Les Terrasses Rosé
Château Mont-Redon Lirac rouge 2020 (6 Bottle Case)-Red Wine-World Wine
Château Mont-Redon Lirac rouge 2020 (6 Bottle Case)

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Antonio Galloni/Vinous – ‘Brilliant ruby-red. Spice-accented dark berry, cherry pit and succulent flowers on the perfumed nose. Fleshy and broad in the mouth but lively as well, offering sappy black raspberry and bitter cherry flavors that become sweeter with air. Closes gently tannic, with very good energy and persistence, leaving a spicecake note behind. Drink 2018- 2022.’

Famille Perrin Reserve Cotes-du-Rhone Rouge 2020-Red Wine-World Wine
Famille Perrin Reserve Cotes-du-Rhone Rouge 2020
Palacios Remondo 'La Vendimia' 2021-Red Wine-World Wine
Palacios Remondo 'La Vendimia' 2021
Guigal Châteauneuf-du-Pape 2017-Red Wine-World Wine
Guigal Châteauneuf-du-Pape 2017
Ministry of Clouds Tempranillo Grenache 2022 (6 Bottle Case)-Red Wine-World Wine
Ministry of Clouds Tempranillo Grenache 2022 (6 Bottle Case)
Aphelion Rapture Grenache 2022-Red Wine-World Wine
Aphelion Rapture Grenache 2022

Huon Hooke – "Medium-deep red with a good tint of purple and a discreet bouquet of subtle spices and berry fruits, a patina of fresh-turned earth and black fruits, licorice and various spices, full-bodied in the mouth with ample tannins adding terrific structure and length. An impressively deep, concentrated and harmonious grenache with the structure to age long-term."

Reverie Rose-Rose Wine-World Wine
Reverie Rose
MMAD Vineyard Grenache 2022-Red Wine-World Wine
MMAD Vineyard Grenache 2022

James Halliday – "The second release of the MMAD Vineyard label, and off its 1939 planted Blewitt Springs vineyard. About 15% whole bunches, fermented in wood and steel, maturation in concrete and large old French oak. Unlike the 2022 shiraz, this takes time to emerge from the glass. It’s all there, though. There’s a brooding quality at present, with nori, iodine and ferrous notes filtering up through dark red cherry, plum, raspberry and sultry florals. Some spicy, musky characters emerge with air. Tannin is a meaningful factor, a pleasingly natural grape-derived affair, rugged but never rustic. A seriously compelling wine, and further proof of how thrilling McLaren Vale grenache is right now, for both its quality and the unparalleled diversity in top-flight expressions." - Marcus Ellis (Halliday Wine Companion)


Huon Hooke – Deep, bright red-purple colour with dominant nutmeg-spice aromas, and a full-bodied, firm palate that seems tight and a little unresolved at this stage. It's firm and deep, and looks to have more to reveal if given time. Certainly the concentration and palate length are very promising. A serious grenache!

Little Giant McLaren Vale Grenache 2021-Red Wine-World WineLittle Giant McLaren Vale Grenache 2021-Red Wine-World Wine
Little Giant McLaren Vale Grenache 2021

World Wine – Sam Kim (Wine Orbit)

Tread Softly Grenache-Red Wine-World Wine
Tread Softly Grenache
Rimauresq Cotes de Provence Cru Classé Rosè 1.5L 2021-Rose Wine-World Wine
Rimauresq Cotes de Provence Cru Classé Rosè 1.5L 2021
S.C. Pannell 'The Vale' Shiraz Grenache 2019 (6 Bottle Case)-Red Wine-World Wine
S.C. Pannell 'The Vale' Shiraz Grenache 2019 (6 Bottle Case)
Langmeil Three Gardens Grenache Shiraz Mataro 2022-Red Wine-World WineLangmeil Three Gardens Grenache Shiraz Mataro 2022-Red Wine-World Wine
Langmeil Three Gardens Grenache Shiraz Mataro 2022
Oliver's Taranga Small Batch Grenache 2023-Red Wine-World Wine
Oliver's Taranga Small Batch Grenache 2023

James Halliday – Mainly whole berry, 10% whole bunch in open fermenters, indigenous yeasts; half in barrel, half in stainless. Grenache in a bright, modern mode, this is redolent of redcurrant, ripe cherry, pomegranate and raspberry tea, a little white pepper and twiggy spice accenting. There’s an agreeable stricture of natural acidity and fine tannin stitching in the fruit, gifting drive and savoury trim.

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Bondar Wines Junto GSM 2022-Red Wine-World Wine
Bondar Wines Junto GSM 2022
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The Wine Front – Grown mostly on the Rayner vineyard in McLaren Vale. 43 year old grenache vines; 65 year old shiraz vines; mataro from nearby. Some whole bunches, mostly with the mataro. All old oak. Bottled unfined/unfiltered. Another fantastic release from Bondar. Just the right mix of structure, flavour and interest. This is a savoury, sinewy wine first and foremost though flavours of graphite, woodsmoke, black cherry and fennel mean that there’s plenty else going on. Those strains of spicy tannin though; those fistfuls of smoked twigs and spices; they really set the scene. It twirls and twists through the mouth like it’s mapping out genes. A light-but-exquisite red wine. 93 points, Campbell Mattinson,

$29.22 $30.68
Three Dark Horses Shiraz Grenache Touriga-Red Wine-World Wine
Three Dark Horses Shiraz Grenache Touriga
Palacios Remondo 'La Montesa' Garnacha-Tempranillo 2020-Red Wine-World Wine
Palacios Remondo 'La Montesa' Garnacha-Tempranillo 2020

James Suckling – A very cool wine. Made from almost all garnacha, it has a depth and intensity with a minerality and saltiness. Plenty of strawberries and flowers. Medium body. Vivid and focused. Lovely finish already. Made from organic grapes.

John Duval Wines ‘Plexus’ Shiraz Grenache Mourvèdre 2021-Red Wine-World Wine
John Duval Wines ‘Plexus’ Shiraz Grenache Mourvèdre 2021
The Hero Preservative Free Grenache-Red Wine-World Wine
The Hero Preservative Free Grenache
Domaine de la Vieille Julienne Châteauneuf-du-Pape les Trois Sources 2020-Red Wine-World Wine
Domaine de la Vieille Julienne Châteauneuf-du-Pape les Trois Sources 2020

World Wine – "Leading off the three Châteauneuf Du Papes, the 2017 Châteauneuf Du Pape Les Trois Sources comes from more sandy soils just across the road from the estate. It always shares more stylistic similarities with the Réserve and is more opulent, sexy, and fruit loaded compared to the Hauts-Lieux cuvée. This 2017 is spectacular, offering loads of black fruits, black licorice, ground herbs, violets, and some obvious loamy soil and mineral-like aromas and flavors. Full-bodied, expansive, and multi-dimensional, this is another singular wine from Jean-Paul Daumen that tastes like the essence of this stunning terroir." 95 points Jeb Dunnuck

Domaine de la Mordorée Lirac rouge 'Cuvee De La Dame Rousse' 2019-Red Wine-World Wine
Domaine de la Mordorée Lirac rouge 'Cuvee De La Dame Rousse' 2019

Wine Enthusiast – This wine is dark and earthy at first, but opens with airing to reveal bold notes of blueberry, mocha and peppery spice. This 50-50 blend of Grenache and Syrah is full bodied, richly textured and finishes long.


Robert Parker/Wine Advocate – It offers fabulous black cherry, licorice, wet gravel and ample crushed rock like minerality. Medium to full-bodied, nicely textured, elegant and polished.

Turkey Flat Barossa Valley Grenache 2021-Red Wine-World Wine
Turkey Flat Barossa Valley Grenache 2021

James Halliday

Mas de Libian Côtes du Rhône Bout d'Zan Rouge 2022-Red Wine-World Wine
Mas de Libian Côtes du Rhône Bout d'Zan Rouge 2022
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Tim Adams 'The Fergus' Grenache Blend 2017 (6 Bottle Case)-Current Promotions-World Wine
Tim Adams 'The Fergus' Grenache Blend 2017 (6 Bottle Case)
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The Wine Front – Necessity is the mother of invention. In 1993 Tim Adams was desperately short of shiraz and cabernet so his neighbour, Fergus Mahon, sold him some grenache to keep him ticking over. Hence The Fergus blend was born, and has been made ever since. This release includes tempranillo and malbec, all of which is dry-grown. Its usual reliable self. There was a time when I wasn’t a great fan of The Fergus but we’ve moved on from there in recent years. It’s well-balanced, fleshy, not too light and not too heavy. It’s red berried with star anise, cola and gum leaf highlights. It’s a well tailored red, perfect for casual drinking.

$151.99 $159.49
Head Wines Red GSM 2021-Red Wine-World Wine
Head Wines Red GSM 2021

James Halliday – 45/35/25% grenache, shiraz and mataro; vines up to 80yo; small open fermenters, wild yeast, 10% whole bunch; 2-week ferment, hand-plunged. The rich bouquet, hinting at luscious fruits, doesn't deceive. A vibrant, supple cherry/plum/raspberry trifecta. James Halliday Wine Companion 2023, 3 August, 2022

Santa Duc 'Clos Derriere Vieille' Gigondas 2020-Red Wine-World Wine
Santa Duc 'Clos Derriere Vieille' Gigondas 2020
Originating from Spain, where it's affectionately known as Garnacha, Grenache has found a home in many wine regions worldwide, each place imparting its unique touch to the grape's inherent profile. This grape thrives in hot, dry conditions, making it perfectly suited for areas like Spain’s Priorat, Australia’s Barossa Valley, and France’s Southern Rhône, where it plays a starring role in the famed Châteauneuf-du-Pape blends. Grenache's allure lies in its ability to produce wines that are both robust and approachable. Its naturally high sugar content can lead to higher alcohol wines, yet they seldom come across as overpowering. Instead, they entice with aromas of raspberry, cherry, and white pepper, often accompanied by hints of leather and herbaceous undertones. Its versatility allows it to be the primary grape in some wines, while in others, it complements and elevates accompanying varietals. Historically, Grenache has been a cornerstone grape, often blended but seldom celebrated on its own. However, as winemakers and consumers alike began to recognize its potential, it has steadily gained the spotlight, resulting in wines that beautifully showcase its range and depth. Each bottle tells a story of the land from which it came, inviting those who partake to savor its nuanced flavors and history.
We don’t talk about Grenache like they do about Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot or Pinot Noir, but the warm-climate red grape is the fifth most planted variety in the world with stunning 163,000 hectares of vines – it is significant in terms of volume and variety. Grenache is the second most planted red grape in France and Spain, and both countries lay claim to the grape’s origin. Grenache can be used to make mono-varietal red and rosé wines. Still, given its fruity and peppery personality, it is also used in blends, along with Syrah and Mourvedre, but this is just the beginning. Let’s talk about Grenache.
Many famous wines use Grenache, either on its own or as part of a blend. Most red wines from the Southern Rhône Valley depend on the grape. Grenache is also used to make rosé in Provence, and it is the only grape allowed to produce the French fortified wines of Banyuls. Grenache in Spain is often blended with Tempranillo, typically in Rioja, but it is also crucial in Priorat. Grenache goes by the name of Cannonau in Sardinia, Italy, and it is also typical in the new world — you’ll find Grenache in many GSM blends in Australia and California, so the grape is a world phenomenon – many popular wines depend on it.
Grenache is an ancient varietal, which means there’s more than one variety. White and “grey” Grenache grapes exist, and they’re also used regularly in many wine regions worldwide. Still, the most significant type of Grenache is the red type. Grenache Noire is used to make robust red blends, elegant mono-varietals, refreshing rosé and bold fortified wine. This warm-climate varietal is even used to give colour to sparkling wines in Spain, specifically when making Cava Rosado. Grenache is known as Garnacha in the Iberian country. There’s no doubt Grenache is one of the most versatile red grapes on the planet!
Grenache wines can be incredibly economical but memorable and worthy of any wine cellar. Some of the most expensive wines made with the grape come from France and Spain. The acclaimed Châteauneuf-du-Pape appellation allows for all types of Grenache. On the other hand, the robust and rustic wines from Priorat, in Spain’s Catalonia, can also be pricey, and they always contain at least some Grenache. Rosé made with Grenache is rarely expensive, and the same can be said about most GSM blends in both the old and new world. Cotes du Rhone is a reliable source of inexpensive Grenache, as are most GSM blends from South Australia.
Since Grenache is amongst the most planted grapes on the planet, given its versatility, it’s hard to say one wine made with the grape is better than others. We can safely say there’s a Grenache wine for every budget and occasion. If you want to know more, explore our selection of Grenache at World Wine — your source of fine wine in Australia. White, red or rosé, if it’s made with Grenache, we have it. Add Grenache to your wine rotation today and enjoy its versatility!