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Syrah and Shiraz are the same dark skinned grape variety, although one name refers to the old world expression (Syrah) and the other is the type grown in the new world (Shiraz). Originally planted in Iran around 25000BC, Shiraz tends to be a little sweeter and fruit-driven – often making big wines that are referred to as ‘Blockbusters’.
Shiraz is the most commonly planted red grape varietal in Australia, which now has some of the oldest syrah/ shiraz vines in the world. The Barossa Valley is the spiritual home of Shiraz.
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