Wine: Grenache gives autumn heart
The venerable grape carries not just a sense of its southern Rhône origins, but a bright freshness too
Each season brings with it an opportunity to embrace nature’s gifts. For me, autumn is all about hearty dishes and hearty wines to go with them.
The grenache grape is synonymous with blends of the southern Rhône and full bodied garnachas from Spain that, more often than not, have a hefty alcohol content. There are also many other exciting expressions of the grape from these regions, though, offering not just a sense of...
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