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Garnacha Blanca


Garnacha Blanca originated in northeastern Spain in the regions of Priorat, Terra Alta and Rioja, and to this day, more than half of the world's production is grown in its native country. In France, known as Grenache Blanc, it is among the most popular white grapes and grows predominantly in the Languedoc-Roussillon and Southern Rhône where it is serves a lead role in white Châteauneuf-du-Pape.

Often compared to Marsanne or Viognier, Garnacha Blanca produces a rich, textured wine with floral notes and flavors of peach, apricot, and green apple. It has high extract, high natural alcohol and a velvety texture that make it a very intriguing and complex wine.