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For more on the history of Syrah, and the way it’s flavors, and production techniques change depending on geography and climate, see this week’s previous posts, all focusing on Syrah/Shiraz.
The History of Syrah, and Wine Review: Barruol 2009 “La Dore’e” Cote Rotie
The Washington Wine Industry, and Wine Review: Stone Cap Columbia Valley
Syrah in the Southern Hemisphere, and Wine Review: Luca 2008 Laborde Double Select Syrah
Wine Review: Torbreck 2009 Woodcutter’s Shiraz
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Absolutely brilliant. four syrah’s from different regions. each expressive of its region. Each comic is flawless. I feel syrah. solid work.
your graph was punchy.
[…] Barossa Valley rose to prominence in the mid 1990s. Primarily known for its Shiraz, the region was celebrated for a combination of flavor concentration, supple tannin and […]