Grenache/Garnacha is one of the most common grape varieties on the Iberian Peninsula. In Spain it is part of the Flemish varieties. It is harvested by hand, aged for several years in oak barrels, and then bottled in glass bottles. It should be served at a temperature of 12-14 degrees. The wines from these berries have a distinct flavor of their own, a pleasant and long aftertaste. It is perfectly combined with various dishes of Spanish cuisine. The price range of products is quite different. You can buy both budget and high-end wines.