The French Grenache/Garnacha wine is made from dark-skinned wine grapes. The vine adapts to different climatic conditions and produces a good harvest. Gourmets prefer monosorts with a rich berry bouquet. Raspberries are especially tasty in them. Thanks to the flexibility of the variety, craftsmen have learned to create unique versions of the alcohol. Popular French appellation rosé drinks. If the berries were grown at high temperatures, the wine will be highly alcoholic. The level of acidity and tannins in the wine vary depending on the growing conditions of the variety and the harvest. French beverages have great aging potential.