Grenache

Don Elias Garnacha Catalunya

Light bodied, peppery red that goes well with spicy foods.

Les Hauts de Mourral Grande Reserve 2009 Minervois

A full flavored but still light Syrah/Grenache/Mourvedre blend, dark berry/cherry and tobacco notes, but light-bodied

Vintjs Garnacha

A medium-bodied, balanced wine. Strong enough to go with red meat, but sweet and tangy enough for fish stew or poultry

Marques de Montanana

A brash, young wine with notes of pepper and tart cherries. Would go well with grilled fish or meat.

Valreas Cuvee Prestige Cotes du Rhone

A great, cheap Cotes du Rhone with a lavish mouthfeel. Strong tannins and black pepper, really needs a food pairing. Opens up well.

http://www.firstpourwine.com/2011/08/06/2009-valreas-cuvee-prest...

Can Blau Montsant

Burgo Viejo Rioja

Joe and Erin found this at Marvelous Market, it's a surprisingly rich and strong Rioja that isn't overpowering. 85% tempranillo, 10% garnacha and 5% mazuelo.

http://www.burgoviejo.com/

"Our queen is the varietal Tempranillo, flagship of Rioja, but we do not forget other autochthonous such as Graciano, Grenache, Carignan or Viura, that complete the palette with their special features."

http://www.bodegasyvinos.info/bodegas/82/

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