Carignan is the most common name for this fantastic red grape which is odd as it is believed to have originated in Spain in the region of Priorat. In France, it is used as a blending component in the reds of the Southern Rhone Valley or across the Languedoc-Roussillon regions of southern France. However, it is in the region of Priorat where it really stands out both as a single varietal wine or blended with Garnacha. It also goes under the guise of Carinena or Mazuelo.

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