Discover wines from around the world made from the Grenache grape with this archive of wine articles and stories from Opening a Bottle.
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
Top Value Red Wine of 2016
A Delicious Grenache from Rioja That Is Far From "Cursed."
First-Taste Guide to Bandol Rouge
The Land of Rosé Says "I Can Do a Powerful Red, Too."
The Perfect Pairing: Green Gazpacho & Provençal Rosé
Rosé is an easy sell this time of year. It is impossibly refreshing, requires little thought on...
5 Reasons to Praise Fruit-Driven Red Wines
I love fruity wines. I don’t care for jammy ones. Fruity is the sensation in a wine where fruit flavor...
Lirac Rouge from Domaine de la Mordorée
A Wine That Punches Too Hard
How to Host a Spanish Wine Tasting
Over the weekend, we invited a group of friends to our home to partake in a Spanish wine...
Overlooked by Wine Enthusiast: Qupé Maxtap Cuvée
Ahh, the 100-point system for scoring wine. Is there a taller lightning rod in wine circles than...
It’s Tavel Time: Domaine de la Mordorée
Now's the Season to Drink France's Finest Rosé
Black & White & Red All Over: Syrah-Viognier
I’ve been ignoring New World wines on Opening a Bottle lately, probably because I’m going through a roots phase...