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The lure of grenache
Writers on wine often assign personalities to wine grapes and to the wines made from them. Cabernet sauvignon, for example, I think of as Rex Harrison: high-toned and austere but you quite know when he's around. Zinfandel is Harrison Ford, all-American, rough-and-tumble.
By Bill St. John, Special to Tribune Newspapers
June 26, 2013