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  • Shiraz / Syrah Tasting Notes

    Two names for the same red grape. Syrah is best expressed in the Rhone Valley in France in a cool climate
    whereas Shiraz is a newer name started in Australia and is a bolder, fuller-bodied wine thanks to the warm
    climate.

    Sweetness
    Dry Sweet
    Body
    Light Full
    Acidity
    Low High
    Tannin
    Low High

    Red Cherry

    Black Cherry

    Clove

    Pepper

    Vanilla

    Earthy

    Shiraz – Fun Facts

    DNA testing reveals it’s an offspring of Dureza and Mondeuse
    Blance, French varietals found in Rhone Valley of France.

    Syrah transaltes to “Princess” in Arabic.

    While referred to as Shiraz in Australia/South Africa, the
    rest of the world refers to its French monkier, Syrah.

    Shiraz – Prominent Grape Growing Areas

    Shiraz – Prominent Grape Growing Areas

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