The Details

Region Santa Barbara County

Grapes Grenache, Syrah

Voume 6.3 oz (187 ml)

Vintage 2020

Alcohol 14.5%

Serving Size 5 fl oz (148ml). Servings per container 1.25

Calories

130

Carbohydrates

3.0g

Total Sugar

0g

Total Fat

0g

Protein

0g

Grenache

Limited Edition

This is Usual Grenache, a limited edition red wine perfect for transitions. Warm, yet light enough for a picnic in the sun, this French inspired California red is easy to slip into. A rich and fruity Grenache blend with notes of blackberry, black pepper, and cassis.

Wine you can feel good about

Nothing artificial

Many wines have added flavorings and colorants, but not us. Not ever.

Fresh every time

Our generous single serve bottles ensure the freshest experience possible.

No added sugar

No reason to artificially sweeten California’s best grapes.

Sustainably farmed

We’re helping to ensure the future of harvest year after year.

The Red for All Seasons

A fruit forward Grenache bursting with berry flavors, floral notes, and a light spice. A splash of Syrah is blended in to make a California-Rhône style red for all seasons. Enjoy with a slight chill for optimal results.

Blackberry

Black Pepper

Cassis

Great grapes or go home

One of the most popular grapes in France and Spain, Garnacha or Garnaxta or Grenache is quickly becoming the hottest grape on the planet. Grown for its intense candy flavor and spicy cinnamon notes, this medium-bodied red grape can make light, flighty glou-glou wines as well as monumental, age-worthy wines from Châteauneuf-du-Pape and Gigondas.

Santa Barbara County

A picturesque coastal region framed by mountains, Santa Barbara County is one of the most diverse grape growing regions in the world with a patchwork of micro-climates and terrains. The valleys and mountain ranges, including the coastal Santa Ynez Mountain range and the interior San Rafael range, run east-west rather than north-south.

This allows the cool, foggy breezes from the Pacific Ocean to come inland and offset the warm California sunshine. Longer cultivation periods give the Grenache grapes more time on the vine to develop their special character and flavor.

Reviews, as Usual

Customer Reviews

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Grandma Judy
Grenache is good!

We really enjoyed this refreshing wine.

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Amber
It's fine

Not my thing but my husband likes it and prefers it over the reserve pinot noir

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Darlene
Tasty!

Great flavor, really enjoyed it!

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Holly Knight
Yum

Delicious pairing with any fall meal!

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Margaret Coll
First purchase of Grenache red wine

This wine was very smooth and taste bud tantalizing. Perfect served a slight bit chilled.