“G” grape entries

Grenache Blanc

The white form of the dark skinned Grenache grape. An important variety in the south of France, especially the Languedoc and Roussillon areas. Often used as a blending grape, Grenache Blanc can be heavy and flabby when coaxed to high yields. More careful management, however, can produce subtle yet rich wines that take well to barrique aging. Honey, almonds and slate aromas and flavors are common. Also an important varietal in Spain where it is commonly found in the blended whites from Rioja, Priorato and Navarre.

Grape Color


Wines (5)

Frick Winery Dry Creek Valley Owl Hill 2007 - Grenache Blanc Dry Creek Valley White
Domaine Lafage C�tes du Roussillon Cuvee Centenaire 2007 Côtes du Roussillon White
Château de Fonsalette Côtes du Rhône Blanc 2002 Côtes du Rhône White
Bàrbara Forés Blanc 2004 Terra Alta White
Domaine Lafond Roc-Epine Lirac Blanc 2004 Lirac White