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International Grenache Day

International Grenache Day is held on September 15. Celebrated on the 3rd Friday in September. This event in the second decade of the month September is annual. Help us Help us 
15 September - International Grenache Day
While Garnacha/Grenache is now one of the most widely planted grapes in the world, its origin go back to Europe in the region of what is now eastern Spain / southern France. Medium- to full-bodied but bright in colour, grenache is packed with aromas of orange rind, raspberry, plum and tobacco. Your typical grenache boasts balanced tannins, medium acidity and plush berries, making it a crowd-pleasing wine. The Grenache Association founded International Grenache Day to celebrate this grape and all the varieties and vintages of wine that were produced from it.
Happy Grenache Day! I bet you didn’t know that was a thing. Yep, apparently there’s a day for everything. There’s even a movement to get Fairy Bread Day up and running here in Australia. That’s a stretch, but we’re all for celebrating wine so Grenache Day is fine by us. International Grenache Day feasts its august history and the additions it made to some of the world’s most delightful wines.
Official hashtag: #GrenacheDay

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