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Grenache Gris is a mutation of the red grape variety Grenache/Garnacha, known for its distinctive coppery color and ability to produce white, rosé, and orange wines with flavors of stone fruits and floral notes
Varietal origin: Grenache Gris is a grape variety that is believed to be a mutation of the red grape variety Grenache/Garnacha. It is primarily grown in regions of France, Spain, and Italy, although it is also found in other wine regions around the world. It has a unique pinkish-grey skin color, unlike Grenache Blanc which has a greenish-yellow skin.
Typical taste profile: Grenache Gris is known for producing wines with a distinctive coppery color and a range of flavors depending on the winemaking style. It can produce white, rosé, and orange wines with flavors of stone fruits, citrus, and floral notes. It is typically medium-bodied with moderate acidity and can exhibit a slightly spicy character.
Regional styles: Grenache Gris is primarily used to produce rosé wines in regions such as Roussillon and Languedoc in France, as well as in Catalonia and other regions in Spain. In Italy, it is known as "Griseto" and is used to produce rosé wines in Sardinia. In recent years, "Grenache Gris" has gained some popularity as a unique and interesting grape variety for producing natural and skin-contact wines.