Grenache Blanc is a white grape variety known for its versatility and is used to produce white wines with flavors of stone fruits, citrus, and floral aromas, with different styles produced around the world
Varietal origin: Grenache Blanc is a white grape variety that is believed to have originated in Spain, where it is a mutation of the red grape variety Grenache/Garnacha. It is also grown in other wine regions around the world, including France, Australia, and the United States.
Typical taste profile: Grenache Blanc produces white wines with a range of flavors depending on the region and winemaking style. It is known for producing wines with medium to high acidity, medium body, and flavors of stone fruits such as peach and apricot, as well as citrus notes, floral aromas, and a mineral character.
Regional styles: Grenache Blanc is used to produce a variety of white wine styles, including dry, off-dry, and dessert wines. In France, it is a key component in many white Rhône Valley blends, and it is also used to produce single-varietal white wines in regions such as Roussillon and Languedoc. In other regions, "Grenache Blanc" is also used to produce white wines with different levels of sweetness, acidity, and aging potential.