One of the most widely planted red wine grape varieties in the world, Grenache (or Garnacha) ripens late, so it needs hot, dry conditions such as those found in Spain. Grenache is also grown on the Italian island of Sardinia, in the south of France, in Australia, and in California's Monterey AVA and San Joaquin Valley.
History Of Grenache
Grenache or Garnacha (as it is known in Spain) most likely originated in the region of Aragon in northern Spain, according to ampelographic evidence. While Grenache Noir was first planted in Rustenberg in 2001, this wine is a brand-new addition to the regional range and South Africa’s grape population as a whole.
How Grenache Is Distilled
Being typically light in colour, low in tannin and medium-bodied, Grenache is the ideal red wine to drink on its own or to pair with tapas style foods and cured meats.
Our Grenache Range
Grenache wine from Norman Goodfellows includes the Rustenberg Grenache which retails for R129.00. Remember that Norman Goodfellows offers you the option to confirm your purchase as one payment for the total or with four interest-free instalments through our convenient Payflex options.
Order Your Favourite Grenache Online
Our stock of Grenache wine is available to you at one of our branches, or here through our online store. And if you know someone who would like to browse for their own tastes, a Gift Card is a sure-win — all year round!
How to serve Grenache wine?
Dry and semi-sweet Grenache wine is perfectly-paired with heartier, slow-cooked meals such as beef, pork, lamb, game, chicken or even the great South African Potjie.
Where to buy Grenache wine?
Browse, add to cart and get yours delivered with Norman Goodfellows. If you would like to chat to a consultant, call our Order Hotline on 010 594 4814 or do it via email on firstname.lastname@example.org.