Le Grenache est un cépage implanté mondialement qu’il faut préserver. Ce cépage pousse avec un climat méditerranéen, il aime le soleil. On le retrouve dans différentes régions :

  • Sud de la France : Châteauneuf-du-Pape, Gigondas, Languedoc, Roussillon.
  •  Espagne : Priorat, Campo de Borja, Navarra, Aragon, Catalayud
  • Australie : Barossa Valley, McLauren Vale
  •  US : Santa Barbara, Paso Robles, Santa Cruz, Washington State

Grenache is a widely planted variety which must be preserved. This grape grows with a Mediterranean Climate, it loves the sun. We find it in different regions:

  • South of France : Châteauneuf-du-Pape, Gigondas, Languedoc, Roussillon.
  • Spain : Priorat, Campo de Borja, Navarra, Aragon, Catalayud
  • Australia : Barossa Valley, McLaren Vale
  • United States : Santa Barbara, Paso Robles, Santa Cruz, Washington State
  • And much more!

Who are we?

Producers from France, Spain, California, Australia, sommeliers, journalists…

The association is composed of 3 pillars:

• Knowlegde: technical information, discussions and workshops for professionals to develop a database of cultural and winemaking practices and ampelographic knowledge.

  • Grenache Symposium.
  • Grenache Think: professional workshop to share knowledge for producers.
  • Grenache Class: MasterClass to show the Grenache diversity.

• The worldwide recognition: celebrate the Grenache the 3rd Friday in September to bring together influencers and inform customers.

  • International Grenache Day ou G-Day.

• Diversity and entertainment: show the Grenache in a fun, festive and cultural way, create events and share in a friendly spirit.

  • Grenache Night : events with producers, a special time to share with producers. Local events to promote Grenache.
  • Grenache & the Arts : Grenache as an artistic and cultural inspiration.