The Santo Cristo Seleccion Garnacha is another nice example of one of the best values in wine, Spanish Garnacha. 100% Garnacha from … [Read more...]
The Best Garnacha Under $20 - The 2020 Reverse Wine Snob Picks!
Everybody knows that old vines tend to produce better wines, right? As the vines age, they produce less fruit, but those grapes are packed with flavor. Of course lower yields generally means higher prices which is not good for Reverse Wine Snobs. (Find more on old vines here!)
What if; however, there was a place where you could find a plentiful supply of old vines? And those vines were a variety that didn't command a premium in price? That place and variety is Spanish Garnacha, which is in our opinion one of the very best values in the wine world today.
Spain has more vineyard land than any other country, much of it very old. And much of it is in the form of Garnacha (known as Grenache elsewhere). Garnacha is a grape that doesn't get its due. Often relegated behind Tempranillo, it doesn't hold a ton of name recognition in this country. This is, of course, good for our purposes, as it makes fantastic wines. Some of our very highest rates wines come from places like the Calatayud and Carinena in Spain, are made from 60+ year old vines and somehow retail for $10 or less.
Read on for our list of The Best Garnacha Under $20!
Deep, delicious Garnacha from Navarra, the Bodega Inurrieta Mimao Garnacha. 100% Garnacha Tinta from Navarra, Spain. The wine is aged … [Read more...]
You're not going to find a better deal than this on a 2011 from Spain, the Trader Joe's Vega del Origon Gran Reserva. 60% Garnacha … [Read more...]
Excellent old vine Spanish Garnacha for under $10, the Castillo Monjardin Garnacha La Cantera from Navarra. 85% Garnacha and 15% … [Read more...]
One for the Spanish Garnacha lovers from NakedWines.com, the Matt Parish Montierrasant Garnacha. Garnacha from 35 year old vines plus … [Read more...]
Another winning Trader Joe's pick, the Dama de Roca Garnacha from Bodegas Paniza. Garnacha from Carinena, Spain. The wine spends an … [Read more...]