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Grenache / Garnaha / Cannonau:

A variety of red grape, used traditionally in the Southern Rhône Valley. It's one of the main grape varieties in Chateauneuf-du-Pape, and in Spain blended with Tempranillo in Rioja.
In Sardinia it's known as Cannonau.

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