Merchant's Pick by Grape

Merchant's Pick by Grape: Grenache

  1. Once A Year, A Rare Spanish Release!
    February 27, 2019

    In a tiny village on the outskirts of Madrid is a small winery whose wines are in such demand they rarely make it to the United States.

    There, wine bars and restaurants clamor for Camino de Navaherreros, the jewel of Madrid.

    Best In Class!

    Shortly after release, this...

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  2. Once A Year, A Rare Spanish Release!
    October 05, 2016
    There must be something magical in Madrid. With four vintages and four back-to-back "sell-outs," we are featuring this fifth release of Navaherreros knowing customers will again be fighting over the last few cases.
        On the outskirts of Madrid in a...
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  3. If you like The Prisoner, You'll Love Shatter
    June 04, 2012
    If you like the rich, full bodied profile of The Prisoner, then you'll love Shatter!
        Shatter is a joint venture between two of California's most recognized producers: David Phinney of Orin Swift Cellars (known for The Prisoner) and Joel Gott of Joel Gott Wines. ...
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  4. Old Vine Grenache Is Perfect For BBQ Season!
    April 05, 2010
    I can't wait to watch the drama of The Masters unfold this weekend. I've been a golfer since childhood and can't remember a more anticipated event than this one. So come rain or shine, I will be barbecuing this Sunday. I've had a case of the 2007 Alto Moncayo old vine Grenache set aside for...
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  5. Who Can Resist Old Vines From Spain?
    August 11, 2008
    While the daytime temperatures and sunshine remind me that we are still very much in the middle of summer, early morning strolls with the pooch reveal a hint of fall air crispness. ...
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