The grenache or grenache (pronounced gren-aash) is a Spanish vine variety (Vitis vinifera). It is a late variety, very vigorous and productive. It adapts well to sandy soils or with stones and to slightly acidic ones.
It is probably the grape with the greatest production extension in Spain.
Where is grenache grape wine made?
Majority of the area of production of wines with grape granche is in Spain, and specifically in the area of Aragon. With the passage of time this area of cultivation has also extended to the Mediterranean.