Category Archives: Garnacha

Wine for Normal People Podcast Ep 169: Priorat, Spain

A small production area of Spain, Priorat is one of only two DOCa (highest quality) regions of the country. These wines are expensive, but for good reason – they’re in short supply and are outstanding. We tell you how to get the best of the best of Priorat! Here are...

Audio blog 9: Garnacha: In the Shadows No More

Let’s say you had a friend whom you loved in a group setting but whom, alone, you found to be over the top, obnoxious, rude, and sort of base or low class. Try as you may, you just couldn’t hang out with the friend on a one-on-one basis, and ultimately,...

Garnacha de Fuego: Still En Fuego

A long while back (when I first started the blog) I did a quick review of a wine in a horrible looking bottle. I remember liking it, but I hadn’t seen it in a while and completely forgot about the bloated-Elvis-on-drugs-in-flame-licking-jumpsuit label. The other night, I was picking up some...

Garnacha de Fuego — good stuff in a tacky bottle

So the marketers completely messed up on the packaging, making this look like an Elvis costume after everything went bad (there are flames on the bottle)…but the wine is pretty damn good so give it a shot. The Wine: Garnacha de FuegoGrape: Garnacha, aka Grenache, aka deliciousVintage: 2007Price: $7.99 in...