|This Friday, September 17th is International Grenache Day!
With Fall around the corner and rain forecasted for the weekend, red wines are starting to sound pretty alluring. It may be "Rosé All Day," but how about "Grenache to Nosh?" Put a bottle of Grenache on your dinner table!
Did you know?
Most of the world's Grenache comes from France, specifically Rhône and Châteauneuf-du-Pape!
Can you guess the world's most expensive Grenache? Bottles of Château Rayas
and Domaine du Pegau
in Châteauneuf-du-Pape go for close to $600 a bottle.
Grenache is grown in Southern Oregon with great success! Due to the climate, Oregon Grenache grapes show relatively high acidity.
Whether it's a GSM blend or a stand-alone varietal, come pick up a bottle of Grenache in honor of International Grenache Day -- or whatever red floats your boat!