Grenache is such a transient grape variety. It’s hard to pin down, finding its way into many different styles of wine. What then, should its place be here in So. Oregon? At this point, what our Grenache does make are juicy, low tannin, high fruit wines that are highly versatile, popular, and, frankly lots of fun. These are the wines served alongside cuts of Serrano ham and hard cheeses in Spain, and the wines consumed daily by the everyman of So. France along with his ratatouille, aioli or pesto.