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Grenache Wine

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"Indulge in the sun-kissed flavors of Grenache wines from our exclusive collection. Known for its red fruit characteristics and silky texture, Grenache is a favorite for many wine aficionados. Whether you're in search of a full-bodied classic or a modern twist, our selection has something for every palate. Shop online now and buy the best Grenache wines to elevate your next wine tasting journey."

  • Chateau Mont-Redon Châteauneuf-du-Pape Rouge 2021

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    $119.02
    or $113.07 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • S.C. Pannell Single Vineyard ‘Old McDonald’ Grenache 2022

    $85.00
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  • Teusner 'Joshua' Grenache Mataro Shiraz 2022

    $34.83
    or $33.09 in case of 12 bottles.
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  • Château Mont-Redon Lirac rouge 2020

    $52.07
    or $49.47 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Famille Perrin Reserve Cotes-du-Rhone Rouge 2020

    $29.09
    or $27.64 in case of 12 bottles.
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  • Aphelion Rapture Grenache 2022

    $89.99
    or $85.49 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Palacios Remondo 'La Vendimia' 2021

    $44.18
    or $37.55 in case of 12 bottles.
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  • Guigal Châteauneuf-du-Pape 2017

    $114.99
    or $109.24 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • MMAD Vineyard Grenache 2022

    $69.75
    or $66.26 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Little Giant McLaren Vale Grenache 2021

    $17.49 $18.36
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  • Tread Softly Grenache

    $12.50 $13.13
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  • Bondar Wines Junto GSM 2023

    $29.22
    or $27.76 in case of 12 bottles.
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  • Palacios Remondo 'La Montesa' Garnacha-Tempranillo 2020

    $69.75
    or $59.29 in case of 12 bottles.
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  • The Hero Preservative Free Grenache

    $13.99 $14.69
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  • Domaine de la Vieille Julienne Châteauneuf-du-Pape les Trois Sources 2020

    $182.99
    or $173.84 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Domaine de la Mordorée Lirac rouge 'Cuvee De La Dame Rousse' 2019

    $65.10
    or $61.85 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Tim Adams 'The Fergus' Grenache Blend 2017

    $25.33
    or $24.07 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Turkey Flat Barossa Valley Grenache 2021

    $47.99
    or $45.59 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Mas de Libian Côtes du Rhône Bout d'Zan Rouge 2022

    $39.00
    or $37.05 in case of 12 bottles.
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  • Head Wines Red GSM 2022

    $26.66
    or $25.33 in case of 12 bottles.
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  • Guigal Gigondas 2019

    $79.99
    or $75.99 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Langmeil The Fifth Wave Old Vine Grenache 2020

    $53.32
    or $50.65 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Domaine Pierre Usseglio Côtes Du Rhône 2022

    $41.99 $44.09
    or $39.89 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Barossa Valley Estate G.S.M 2021-Red Wine-World Wine
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    Barossa Valley Estate G.S.M 2021

    $17.99
    or $17.09 in case of 12 bottles.
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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 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. read more... less

Frequently Asked Questions

What Is Ganache Wine?

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.

What Are the Most Popular Ganache Wines?

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.

What Are the Different Types of Grenache Wine?

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!

Are Ganache Wines Expensive?

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.

What Are the Best Ganache Wines?

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!