2010 Garnacha SOLD OUT

2010 Garnacha SOLD OUT

Garnacha is the most cultivated grape in Spain and a major component of blends from Rioja and Priorat.  It became popular in California, under its French name Grenache, due to the increase in production of Rhone-style wines and its use in blending with Syrah.  Although most consumers think of it as a French grape, Garnach is native to Spain.

Bottled on its own, Garnacha makes a fruity, easy drinking wine with soft tannins.  This is especially true of the 2010 vintage.  Depending upon terroir and weather conditions, it can vary from deep ruby red to a light, clearer red similar to a Pinot Noir.

This wine has a bright, fruity flavor that makes it perfect for pairing with lighter meats such as pork and chicken and the more fatty fisn such as salmon and halibut.  My husband and I will often have it at dinner when he craves red meat and I'm in the mood for fish or chicken.

Regular $35.00 | Club $28.00


  • Varietal Composition: 100% Garnacha
  • Appelation: Paso Robles
  • Vineyard: Nevarez Vineyard
  • Harvest Date: October 11, 2010
  • Time in Barrel: 18 months
  • Bottling Date: April 26, 2012
  • Alcohol: 14.5%
  • Release Date: July 14, 2013
  • Production: 117 cases
  • Fermentation: Cold maceration for 3 days; primary in open-top fermenters, secondary in barrel

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