Spain's most famous grape variety is undoubtedly Tempranillo. The great grape of Rioja. However, the role of Garnacha should not be underplayed. It helps by adding colour, alcohol and rich raspberry fruit characters to the blends - essential in creating world-class, balanced wines. Here we trek out to the up and coming region of Cariñena and let Garnacha fly solo and show us all what it can do. The result of high altitude vineyards and hands-off winemaking is a heady, vibrant mix of red berry fruit coupled with subtle floral notes. A real taste of true Spanish Garnacha.
Grenache / Garnacha, Shiraz / Syrah, Carignan