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Thursday, Mar. 13, 2008


An increasingly important red grape in Spain and southern France, Grenache (also known as Garnacha) plays a minor role at best in the Pacific Northwest.

The grapes thrive in hot climates, so it would seem to be a natural in Eastern Washington and Southern Oregon. And the resulting wines can be delicious in the right hands.