pour decisions: grenache

Quickly becoming one of my favourite red wines, Grenache (pronounced gruh-nash) originates from both Spain and France with Australia better known for blending the grape with Shiraz and Mourvèdre.

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If you’re a fan of Shiraz, you should give this drop a try with a tomato based, veal or fish dish.

What to bring to your next dinner party:

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d’Arenberg
The Shepherd’s Clock
Grenache Shiraz Mourvedre 2015

The tasting notes read: “warm and rich with loads of plummy fruit and chocolatey oak, fresh herb and spice, fine tannins and crunchy acidity.”

To be honest, I can’t remember any of those things but I do remember it tasted real good!

Retailing for $20-$24 this drop can be purchased from Wine Selectors and Liquorland.

Give it a try and leave your thoughts in the comments below.

Chin Chin!

-tgfs x


Image Credits:

@wineselectors
@tenor

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