Navarra [nah-VAHR-RAH] is located south of Pamplona in the southern part of the Navarra province in north-central Spain. The dominant grape is Garnacha (Grenache), although Tempranillo is gaining in popularity. Navarra is best known for its rosado (rosé) wines, although it now produces more red wine than rosé. The area also makes a small amount of white wine from Macabeo, Malvasia and Garnacha Blanca.
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