An intense cherry red color and a violet shaded rim at first sight. The bouquet has notes of red berries. Supple tannins and a long finish on the palate.
Even though it’s not native to this country, the Garnacha or Grenache grape enjoys a great popularity in Spain, as it thrives in hot and windy climates such as ours. Anyone who loves fruit and spice will be delighted with Galerna Garnacha.
Cheese and pasta work well with this wine; you can combine it with an eggplant parmesan!