Grenache is a varietal widely grown in the south of France and in Spain. There, the wine is often inky and intense. My experience with Grenache in the Pacific Northwest is that it is much lighter in body but deceptively full with a lingering aftertaste. It is translucent ruby in color and has a wonderful aroma. Be sure to swirl this one in the glass a bit to enjoy Grenache to the fullest.
This wine won a Gold Medal in the 2021 Seattle Wine Awards, a Double Gold in the Great Northwest Platinum Judging, and the Jefferson Cup award at the Jefferson Cup Invitational Wine Competition