Spanish Grenache Blanc, or Garnacha Blanca as it’s known in Spain, is a white wine grape variety that’s popular in Catalonia, particularly in the Terra Alta region. It’s often used in white blends, but can also produce compelling single-varietal wines. Grenache Blanc wines are typically medium to full-bodied, with moderate acidity and flavours of green apple, citrus, and pear, often with hints of herbs or spices. Depending on the winemaking technique, these wines may also have a touch of creaminess or a slightly nutty character. If you appreciate full-bodied white wines with a flavourful profile, Spanish Grenache Blanc could be worth exploring.