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Spanish Grenache Wine

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Explore our vibrant collection of Spanish Grenache Wine, featuring rich, fruit-forward reds from renowned regions across Spain. Known for its lush berry flavors and soft tannins, Spanish Grenache (or Garnacha) offers a smooth, flavorful experience. Perfect for pairing with bold dishes or enjoying on its own. Shop now and discover the warmth and versatility of Grenache, a staple in any wine enthusiast's collection.


  • Palacios Remondo 'La Vendimia' 2021

    $44.18
    or $41.97 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Palacios Remondo 'La Montesa' Garnacha-Tempranillo 2020

    $69.75
    or $66.26 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Alvaro Palacios 'Camins del Priorat' Garnacha 2021

    $73.63
    or $69.95 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Clos Mogador Priorat 2020

    $232.48
    or $220.86 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Telmo Rodriguez ‘Corriente’ Vino de Cosecheros 2020

    $42.63
    or $40.50 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Real Agrado Garnacha-Tempranillo 2022

    $28.68
    or $27.25 in case of 12 bottles.
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  • Sara i René Viticultors ‘Dido’ Garnatxa Tinto blend 2021

    $85.25
    or $80.99 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Descendientes de J. Palacios Palacios Remondo ‘La Montesa’ Garnacha 375ml 2020

    $42.63
    or $40.50 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Celler del Roure ‘Safra’ Mandó 2021

    $58.13
    or $55.22 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Mas Martinet ‘Martinet Bru’ Garnatxa blend 2021

    $116.25
    or $110.44 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Legado del Moncayo Garnacha 2021

    $30.23
    or $28.72 in case of 12 bottles.
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  • Scala Dei Garnatxa blend 2021

    $54.25
    or $51.54 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Mas Doix ‘1903’ Centenary Garnatxa 2018

    $1,162.50
    or $1,104.38 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Mas Doix 'Les Crestes' Garnatxa blend 2020

    $85.25
    or $80.99 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Cellar Aixalà i Alcait ’Pardelasses’ 2018

    $85.25
    or $80.99 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Cellar Aixalà i Alcait ‘Destrankis’ 2019

    $62.00
    or $58.90 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Blai Ferré Just 'Finca Desnivell' Single Vineyard Garnatxa en costers 2018

    $116.25
    or $110.44 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Alvaro Palacios ‘La Baixada’ Single Vineyard Garnatxa 2021

    $891.25
    or $846.69 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Alvaro Palacios ‘Finca Dofi’ Garnatxa blend 2021

    $302.25
    or $287.14 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Mas Martinet ‘Els Esçurcons’ Caranyena blend 2021

    $387.50
    or $368.13 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Sara i René Viticultors ‘Partida Bellvisos’ Garnatxa Tinto Vi de la Vila Gratallops 2016

    $193.75
    or $184.06 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Sara i René Viticultors ‘Partida Pedrer’ Garnatxa Tinto en sol de llicorella 2021

    $193.75
    or $184.06 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Telmo Rodríguez ‘Pegaso Granito’ Garnacha 2020

    $135.63
    or $128.85 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Telmo Rodríguez ‘Pegaso Barrancos de Pizzara’ Garnacha 2020

    $135.63
    or $128.85 in case of 6 bottles.
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Spanish Grenache, or Garnacha as it is locally known, is one of the most widely planted red wine grapes in Spain, thriving particularly in the arid and warm regions like Priorat, Navarra, and Aragon. This grape variety is known for producing wines that range from light and fruity to deep, Spanish Grenache, or Garnacha as it is locally known, is one of the most widely planted red wine grapes in Spain, thriving particularly in the arid and warm regions like Priorat, Navarra, and Aragon. This grape variety is known for producing wines that range from light and fruity to deep, rich, and full-bodied, depending on the age of the vines and the winemaking techniques used. Grenache is often celebrated for its ability to mature into complex wines with flavors of red fruit, spice, and a hint of earthiness, making it a key component in many blends, including those from the famous Rioja region. Its adaptability to various climates and soil types has made it a favorite among vintners, who appreciate its robust nature and the substantial, flavorful wines it produces. The grape's high sugar content also allows for the production of fortified wines and sweet late-harvest wines, which are equally revered. read more... less

Frequently Asked Questions

What is Spanish Grenache Wine?

Spanish Grenache Wine, known locally as Garnacha, is a red wine made from one of Spain’s most widely planted grape varieties. Originating from the country’s northeastern regions, Spanish Grenache is celebrated for its versatility and rich flavor profile. It thrives in hot, dry climates, which helps produce robust, fruit-forward wines characterized by red and dark berry flavors, spice, and a hint of earthiness. Grenache grapes typically yield wines with high alcohol content and low acidity, which contribute to their lush, velvety mouthfeel. These wines often showcase notes of strawberry, raspberry, and black cherry, with warmer spice undertones such as cinnamon and black pepper, and when aged in oak, hints of vanilla and toast can emerge. Grenache is frequently used in blends (such as in the famous Rioja and Priorat wines) to add body and fruitiness but is also exceptional as a single-varietal wine. This grape variety is particularly noted for its ability to mature into elegantly rounded wines that retain their vibrancy and depth even after several years.

Which wine regions make the best Spanish Grenache Wine?

The best Spanish Grenache wines are predominantly produced in the regions of Priorat, Aragón, and Navarra. Priorat, a small, prestigious wine region in Catalonia, is particularly renowned for its high-quality Grenache wines, which are often powerful and intense, reflecting the unique slate (llicorella) soils and old-vine heritage of the area. These wines are known for their depth, complexity, and capacity for aging, often fetching premium prices and international acclaim. Aragón, which includes the sub-regions of Calatayud, Cariñena, and Campo de Borja, is considered the birthplace of the Grenache grape. Here, the wines are typically more accessible but still full-bodied, offering a fruity and somewhat spicy profile that is very appealing. The old vines and higher altitude vineyards in these areas contribute to the concentration and character of the wines. Navarra, neighboring the famous Rioja, also produces excellent Garnacha wines, particularly in the Ribera Baja area, where the wines tend to be fresher and more aromatic, reflecting a more versatile approach to the grape.

What are the most popular Spanish Grenache Wines?

Among the most popular Spanish Grenache wines are those from acclaimed producers like Alvaro Palacios, known for his Priorat wines such as L'Ermita and Finca Dofí. These are considered some of the best examples of Grenache in the world, showcasing the intensity and finesse that the region’s terroir can impart. In Aragón, Bodegas Alto Moncayo’s Garnacha, particularly the Alto Moncayo and Aquilon, are highly regarded for their rich, robust character and depth.

What are the best value Spanish Grenache Wines?

For the best value in Spanish Grenache wines, look to areas like Calatayud and Cariñena in Aragón. Wineries such as Bodegas San Alejandro (Baltasar Gracián) and Bodegas Ateca offer wines that are not only affordable but also deliver quality and expressiveness that over-perform for their price point, making them excellent introductions to the varietal.

What are the foods best paired with Spanish Grenache Wine?

Spanish Grenache wine pairs excellently with a range of hearty dishes. Its bold flavors harmonize beautifully with grilled red meats, barbecued lamb, and hearty stews. The wine’s berry notes and spiciness make it a perfect companion for spicy sausage dishes, smoked meats, and robust cheese platters. Vegetarian options like grilled vegetables or dishes featuring earthy ingredients such as mushrooms also complement the wine’s profile, making it a versatile choice for pairing with a wide array of cuisines.