Collection: Syrah

Syrah FAQs

What is Syrah

Syrah, also known as Shiraz in some regions, is a red wine grape variety that is widely grown around the world. It is especially prominent in the Rhône Valley of France, where it produces some of the most celebrated wines such as Hermitage and Côte-Rôtie. Syrah is also the primary grape variety in many New World wine regions, including Australia, where it is known as Shiraz.

Is Syrah wine sweet?

Syrah wine is typically not sweet. Instead, it is known for its bold and intense flavors of dark fruits, spices, and savory notes, along with robust tannins and moderate acidity. Most Syrah wines are made in a dry style, meaning they contain very little residual sugar and are not perceived as sweet on the palate.

How to pronounce Syrah?

"Syrah" is pronounced Sr • aa

Is Syrah red wine?

Syrah is a red wine grape variety, and the wines produced from this grape are typically red wines. Syrah wines are known for their bold flavors, dark color, and robust structure, making them popular among red wine enthusiasts.

Is Syrah dry?

Syrah wines are typically dry. "Dry" in the context of wine means that the wine contains very little residual sugar and is not perceived as sweet on the palate.