Discover a range of delectable Australian Grenache wines
If you’re looking for a unique drop brimming with flavour, a Grenache wine will satisfy a yearning for bold, distinct flavours. At Millon Wines, we proudly produce a high-quality range of Grenache with a medium body and strong notes of fruit and spice that will pepper your palate with an incomparable taste. Superb for cool winter nights and summer celebrations, this wine will surely become the next standout feature in your collection. Browse our selection of Grenache wines today to sample your new favourite.
Delicately grown in the fertile soil of our Clare Valley and Barossa Valley wineries, our selection of Grenache blends has been carefully cultivated to reflect the terroir of our award-winning estates. Characterised by a dulcet purple-red hue, medium tannins and acidity, and complex notes — including raspberry, black cherry, anise, red grapefruit, and black pepper — ensure you can enjoy a smooth drop that is unlike any other red.
Enjoy the smoothest Grenache
Our selection of Grenache wine in Australia is a versatile, food-complementing tipple that pairs well with a wide range of dishes. Its medium body and smooth fruit flavours make it an excellent choice for lighter food such as stir-fries and roasted vegetables. At the same time, its acidity can help balance out heartier dishes like pasta or a classic Sunday roast. Grenache also has a natural affinity for spice, making it a perfect partner for chilli-infused meals like curries or anything that emanates a zesty heat. For the ultimate indulgence, match your Grenache wine with a rich charcuterie board full of cheeses, dried fruits, cured meats and dark chocolate.
Perfect for any occasion, the distinct flavours of Grenache wine make it a prime choice to indulge in and relax after work, pair with a meal, toast to good news or offer a unique gift when visiting friends and family.
A flavourful drop to suit every palate
With its wide range of flavours, there is a drop and variety to suit all moods and cravings. A Grenache rosé features a deeper hue and depth of flavour that brings out its sweet fruity notes. If you’re looking for more body without the punch of a glass of red, a Grenache shiraz mourvèdre or a Grenache shiraz offers a light, sweet taste with earthy notes.
For easy drinking and a velvety smooth tasting experience, a Grenache blend, also known as a GSM, is a sultry blend of Grenache, shiraz and mourvèdre that features notes of pepper to punctuate its deep, fruity flavours.
Find your best pick of Grenache at Millon Wines
With a rich flavour evocative of the fertile terroir of our Barossa and Clare Valley wineries, Millon Wines is proud to bring our customers a wide selection of the finest wines to tease your palate. We follow an age-old tradition of crafting some of the best authentic Grenache wines in Australia and other superb varietals from vine to glass. From Grenache wines to shiraz and rosé, you can enjoy quality choices for any moment or occasion.
With fast and free delivery on orders over $100, it's never been easier to treat yourself to some of the finest Grenache wines available. So, what are you waiting for? Order your new favourite today.
What are the characteristics of Grenache wine?
While shadowed by other styles of red, more people are starting to discover the distinct, warm and velvety smooth, mouth-coating taste of Grenache wine. It can be grown in various climates and features a medium body with a light sweetness and notes of strawberry, black cherry, raspberry, anise, citrus rind and cinnamon.
Grenache dry or sweet?
Grenache wine features a dry, lightly sweet taste that makes it perfect for sipping on its own or to balance salty cheeses and dishes with proteins like pork, lamb and beef. Grenache wine can also be fortified to become a dessert wine with a sweeter than normal aftertaste.
Is Grenache heavy or light?
Despite its warm hue, high 13.5% to 16% alcohol content (ABV) and balance of tannins and acidity, Grenache wine boasts a medium body that gives it a bold, unmistakable flavour that is very different to other drops of red.
What goes well with Grenache?
Our range of Grenache wines in Australia boasts wide versatility to enjoy on its own, pair with snacks or complement a long and leisurely multi-course meal with family and friends.
Its medium body can match anything from pasta, roast vegetables and meats, while its spice notes will easily match heat-giving chilli stir-fries, noodle dishes and curries. Alternatively, sip Grenache slowly with dark chocolate, walnuts and dried figs for the perfect end to a hard work day.
Do you chill Grenache wine?
Grenache wine is best served at a temperature cooler than room temperature. For an optimal drinking experience, chill your Grenache in the fridge for 30 minutes, then open the bottle and set it on your table to allow it to breathe and release its aromatic bouquet into the room. Like most drops of red, it’s best to serve Grenache in a wide-bowled and rimmed glass.