Discover wines from around the world made from the Grenache grape with this archive of wine articles and stories from Opening a Bottle.
Textured Rosé: Domaine de Cala Prestige and Classic
450 Words (Or So) On Two Rosés That Get It Done
Three Wines from Domaine Anne Gros & Jean-Paul Tollot
Why These Burgundian Winemakers Are Pursuing Carignan and Grenache
Anne Gros & Jean-Paul Tollot
The Wines… In the dance hall of French wine, the Languedoc dances to its own beat. That...
The Wines… Cardedu may be one of the most peculiar entries on my Essential Winemakers list. The...
The Wines… Like the joyous landscape of Provence, the wines of Château Gassier are intended for pleasure,...
First-Taste Guide to Priorat
Spain's Boldest and Most Bracing Red Looks to the Future
La Garnacha Salvaje del Moncayo
325 Words (Or So) on Some Spanish Vines I'm Glad They Saved
In Praise of Grenache & Moroccan Tajine with Cuvée Moriah
200 Words (Or So) on a Wine Pairing That Always Works
Drinking a Wildfire: Adventures with a Smoky Vintage
A Small Case Study with Three Wines from 2008
The Secrets of Blending Wine
An Interview with Robbie Meyer of Murrieta's Well
The Wild Beauty of Chêne Bleu Wines
Looking for Originality in the South of France
Clos Pons: An Essential Winemaker of Spain
But First, a Few Thoughts on Hanging Out in Wine Shops