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Its Spanish roots are well known, particularly in Rioja and Navarre. It can also be grown in other regions of Spain (Andalusia, Castile-La Mancha, Castile-Leon, Extramadura, Aragon, Cantabria), Portugal, France, California or Australia.

  • Alcohol percentage

    14% Vol.
  • Grapes

  • Flavours

    Intense nose of ripe dark fruit (blackberry, blueberry, blackcurrant), pepper, cinnamon and violet. The attack in the mouth is fresh and pleasant. The full mid-palate reveals warm spices and Mediterranean herbs.
  • Best served with

    Excellent with lamb (loin, crown or leg), red meats grilled with herbs, escalopes, game in sauce, creamy cheeses or smoked salmon.

Extra info

This vine likes cool soils. Becoming more popular due to its characteristics. Its name comes from the “Grace” it adds when used in blends, both in terms of aroma and taste.