Grenache Blanc or Garnacha Blanca is a light coloured white wine grape variety with a deep origin of northern Spain, particularly in Catalonia and Aragon. It plays a secondary role in blends with regional grape varieties in Rioja and Priorat as well. Outside Spain, it has found great Terroir expressions in Châteauneuf-du-Pape as one of the main grapes, the region of Roussillon in the blends of the sweet wines-vins doux naturel of Maury and Rivesaltes. Grenache Blanc normally has straw-coloured and produces wines that are full-bodied, with crisp acids, depending on the Terroir, in France struggles to obtain good acidity, but in Central Coast of California is showing great results. It displays green apple and mandarin orange aromas, with clean flavours of more apple and a touch of peach. It typically has a mineral lingering finish with a hint of liquorice.