This grape variety is indigenous from Spain although it can be found in many worldwide regions
Garnacha may not be as popular as Tempranillo, the most well-known of Spanish grapes, but certainly does not lack character. Garnacha, which can be found in many regions across Spain, has strawberry and cherry among its primary aromas and notes of tobacco and cocoa can be found when you taste it. Find it blended with other red varieties but also in surprising 100% Garnacha-solo varietals. Want to find out more about it?