French Grenache is a red wine grape variety widely grown in the southern Rhône Valley and other warm regions of France. Often used in blends, such as the classic GSM (Grenache, Syrah, Mourvèdre) blend of the Rhône, it can also produce delightful single-varietal wines. Wines made from Grenache are typically medium to full-bodied, with high alcohol and flavours of red fruit like strawberry and raspberry, often with hints of white pepper or dried herbs. They can range from fresh and fruity to rich and complex, especially when made from old vines. If you enjoy red wines that are fruity, warm, and versatile, wines made from French Grenache could be a great choice for you.