Grenache is the “rustic cousin” of Pinot Noir, meaning it shares characteristics but is not related. This wine possesses a lighter body than Syrah or Mourvèdre and has a distinct ruby and Fuschia color. The nose boasts loads of licorice and blackberry jam and is emphasized by spicey notes of black pepper and paprika. The palate does not lack acidity but is bright with dried cherry, raspberry, licorice, and hints of grilled meats. Drink now through 2027.