Shiraz

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a city in central southwestern Iran

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A mere 3% viognier (a classic add-on for syrah from the northern Rhone) really jumps out of the glass with scents of orange blossom and honeysuckle, but does nada to lighten the intense, concentrated color; lush dark fruits of plum, black cherry and black raspberry are accented with candied rose petals, ginger, citrus and earth; a hedonistic wine that bombs through the mouth only to end in a gliding, lilting finish.
A 1994 Qupe Bien Nacido Hillside Estate Syrah that his father made.
The Syrah is perhaps the most intense of the range with more bramble and liquorice notes than the usual Syrah spice.
The remaining two quality wines are a Chardonnay Viognier and a Syrah Mourvedre which retail at 4.
Also worth seeking out are McWilliam's Mount Pleasant Semillon and Pinot Noir, the Rothbury Estate Syrah and Chardonnay, Rosemount Chardonnay and Wyndham Estate Semillon.
Acclaimed vintners Adam and Dianna Lee, who are famous for scouring the landscape in search of rock star vineyards for their single-vineyard Siduri Pinot Noir and Novy Syrah, are applying that same zeal to surfing the net to promote their limited production wines to a new generation of customers.
Syrah said in July that a scoping study on its Balama graphite-vanadium deposit in northern Mozambique outlined a 20-year operation producing 5,000 tonnes per year.
This style of syrah doesn't overplay the spice notes which leaves a satisfyingly rich conclusion that drenches the palate.
The Lineup G/S/M 2006 is made from 50 percent grenache (the G), 30 percent syrah (the S) and 20 percent mourvedre (the M), featuring raspberries, blackberries and some spice.
I would look for some aromatic syrah or shiraz, but this week the style vinified into a full bodied red.
Look for great Syrah, Sauvignon Blanc, and more from the hills around Northern California's Clear Lake.
The former, which tied for Best of Class in the syrah competition for its 2004 reserve ($28) and is actually owned by Ste.
The new Acordeon series ($9 suggested retail) features Syrah and Malbec releases from the La Consulta region around Mendoza.
Pink wines are the stylish summer tipple and the new Ernest & Julio Gallo Turning Leaf Syrah Rose and the Ernest and Julio Gallo Sierra Valley White Grenache will ensure you're in vogue.
We'd only just grasped the fact that a bottle of Argentinian red probably meant Malbec but now Syrah, Bonarda and Tempranillo are just as widely available.