It’s very easy to make the case that Grenache is a fine, worldclass grape variety these days. Look no further than the wines of Châteauneuf-du-Pape, Gredos, and of course, Priorat, if you want to taste its excellence in wine form. It’s perhaps not as easy, but still quite possible to make the case that Grenache is something of a ‘puticlub’ or basically, a “strip club” of a variety with the reasoning that rarely is there a bad wine found from it and it’s incredibly enjoyable on so many levels. Or […]

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