Indicative blend: Predominantly Garnacha (50%) with 25% Carinena, 15% Cabernet Sauvignon and 10% Syrah
Price Range of 750ml bottle, ex-tax in USD
Average: $38 From: $30 To: $46
Carignan – Grenache – Syrah is a popular blend of three dark-skinned grape varieties used extensively in Southern France and north-eastern Spain. The blend is differentiated from the Chateauneuf-du-Pape blend by the inclusion of Carignan, which is not one of the permitted grape varieties of that appellation.
Priorat is one of Spain's most dynamic wine regions, known for its powerful reds made predominantly from old-vine Garnacha, sometimes with the addition of Carinena. Located in Catalonia north-eastern Spain, the official Priorat viticultural area lies inland from the historic city of Tarragona. It is surrounded almost entirely by the Montsant viticultural area.
Catalonia (Catalunya in Catalan and Cataluña in Spanish) is a colorful coastal and proudly independent autonomous community of north-eastern Spain that stretches from the historic county (comarca) of Montsia in the south to the border with France and tiny Andorra in the north. The Mediterranean Sea form ... more
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