Some choice Garnatxes from DOQ Priorat & DO Montsant for #GrenacheDay

by  |  21-09-2018

In 2010, those who make Grenache decided that the third Friday of September would hence forth be “International Grenache Day”. While initially hatched at an event in France’s Rhône, this has indeed became a thing as Grenache is found the world over. Of course it’s not like you really ever needed an excuse to drink these wines, but now, in addition to excuse, you have reason. In creating the revisions for the Priorat & Montsant books (available to buy now) I tasted through over 400 wines from the two regions which was a lot of work–tasty, tasty work. For those who may not know, the Grenache grape is the dominant variety of the Priorat county, comprising about 40% of the total planted vineyards and increasing each year which is a good thing as it’s a damned fine grape. So, as a tip of the hat to all that’s luscious and […]
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