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For the grenache lovers out there, you'll enjoy this example. It's a hefty red: dry, supple fruit with that typical garrigue aroma, some heat on the finish with lots of spice that pops out to the forefront. A nice wine for just under $20.
LCBO old world- Spain
100% grenache and tastes like it! Very typical grenache taste- fruity and juicy with some toasty spice
-has a young, purple brigth red colour
-smell of wood and toasted oak
-juicy, ribena, light, lively, supple, velvet and smooth
-vanilla taste is indicative of spanish wines (because of the american oak)
- medium bodied- quite sweet
-very tasty but I feel like I could get a new world grenache for a better price
-I also would not typically get a 100% grenache- Grenache on its own is too juicy tasting- Iw oud like something with a drier finish- typically.