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Syrah

August 15, 2019

Syrah

Syrah accounts for around 10 percent of red grape plantings in Argentina and has traditionally been cultivated in warmer regions of eastern Mendoza. In recent years, winemakers have planted Syrah at higher altitudes region of the Andean mountains to achieve wines with greater elegance and balance. Syrah typically produces a full-bodied wine, with rich black fruit character and a hint of spice.






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