Grape variety for white, rosé and red wine
Grenache Blanc comes from Spain (a mutation of Grenache Rouge). Today, it is mainly found in the south of France, on the Mediterranean coast and in the Rhone valley. It is a robust grape variety that resists well to the wind and adapts to the region’s dry conditions. Its bunches are large, while its grapes, which are green-yellow in colour, are of rather average size.
- Acidity: low
- Grenache Blanc resists drought well and likes dry, stony hillsides.
It gives quite structured white wines, round and long on the palate. At the same time, the texture is soft, rich and warm, with a caressing creamy fullness; It has a very nice length.