Spain is known for its crowd-pleasing wines, and this blend of half Garnacha and half Tempranillo is no exception. Brimming with ripe black cherry and plum fruit flavors that are inflected with tobacco and orange nuances, this beautiful wine will impress at your next dinner party. Pair it with traditional Spanish dishes like chorizo-studded paella or lamb for an unforgettable combination.
Recipe PairingsShrimp and Okra Gumbo
Leg Of Lamb
Châteauneuf-du-Pape, Southern France's most famous wine region, translates to "new house of the pope" because the Papacy moved from the Vatican to the South of France in 1309. The region's most famous monument is the ruin of Pope John XXII's castle.