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19 Crimes Shiraz 750ml

Deep ruby in colour with a purple hue; aromas of black cherry, cassis and pepper; flavours replay on the aromas with an emphasis on black pepper...
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Aramis Vineyards Shiraz The Governor 2002 750ml

Rated 93 - Rich and ripe, a glowing mouthful of blackberry, plum, cherry and sweet spice flavors. Silky, with a finish that sails on and on. Not a...
93WS
$207.93
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Beckmen Vineyards Syrah Purisima Mountain Vineyard 2017 750ml

Rated 94 - The 2017 Syrah Purisima Mountain Vineyard is positively gorgeous. Ample, expressive and nuanced, the 2017 exudes class. Inky...
94VM
90WA
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Big Basin Syrah Old Corral 2012 750ml

Rated 91 - A classic Syrah from this estate, the 2012 Syrah Old Corral (there’s 9% Grenache in the blend) offers impressive black raspberry and...
91WA
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Black Box Shiraz Barossa Valley 3.0Ltr

A medium-bodied, soft, dry red wine with blackberry and dark cherry flavors with vanilla oak on the finish.
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Syrah/Shiraz & Syrah Blends

The most important grape of the Northern Rhone Valley, Syrah is quickly becoming one of the most noted grapes planted in America. America's best bottlings hail from the Central Coast, Santa Barbara, Sonoma County and Napa Valley. Syrah displays a spicy blend of black pepper and raspberries, with dark fruit undertones; full-bodied with smoke, tar and tannins. It is made into a few magnificent varietally labeled wines, but is also often the base grape for Rhone-style blends. There are those who believe that the Napa Valley should be planted mostly to Syrah, for it thrives in warm growing regions. In Australia, where it is the most-planted red variety, and in South Africa, the grape is known as Shiraz. While viticulturally identical with Syrah, Shiraz grown in Australia is typically sweeter and riper, with more chocolately notes than pepper and spices.