Grenache on its own is not a common wine for most Americans. It’s typically used in French Rhône wines, the most famous of which - Chateauneuf-du-Pape - you may have heard of. It’s also used in a variety of dry rosés. When I was asked to come up with a recipe pairing for a Grenache by a small wine maker it took some experimentation and education on my part because it was so different from other red wines I had tried.
Uhmm sounds like I need to try it !!! I guess I also will be searching for the "B*tch" !!!
This is amazing I love it
I never thought I'd search out a "B*tch!" But now I am (the 100% Grenache bottle of wine that is). And for $12?!? I'm in!
Gin257 - Great recommendation. "B*tch" is 100% grenache out of South Australia, nice strawberry/cherry, jammy fruit flavor and reasonably priced. Besides the label will make your girlfriends laugh! Thanks ~ Chef Erin
I wouldn't mind trying this.
Just bought a Granache today. Can't wait to try it. I love trying new wines.
My personal favorite granache is called "B*tch." Its priced well at @ $12 and tastes very nice!!
dont think you can ever know all there is to know about wine..would like to do some wine tasting when we get into new home someday grow maybe my own grapes i hear there are some nice wines in michigan
I've had a Granache-Shiraz blend from Rosemount that I totaly loved.
I love cooking with wine and pairing foods with wine. It is fun and challenging. It is also fun to have wine tastings with food with a group of people and see what each person thinks of each wine with each type of food. It makes for a great evening together.