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Grenache Blanc

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Grenache Blanc (or Garnacha Blanco in Spain) is the white cousin of the illustrious red Grenache grape. Much like its red counterpart, Grenache Blanc produces big, opulent and full-bodied wines that tend to be high in alcohol. It’s most famous for the key role it plays in producing the famous Chateauneuf du Pape Blanc blend.

General Characteristics

Wines with this grape

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