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Garnacha is the Spanish name. The grape was grown in Spain before it made its way to France, but the popularity of the French wines has ensured that it is now more commonly known by the French name. It is also known in the Catalan ragion as Garnatxa.
Officially, the Spanish name consists of two varieties: the white Garnacha Blanca (Grenache Blanc ) and the more popular red Garnacha Tinta (Grenache Noir).
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