When comparing Down Under Shiraz wines beside their Old World (Syrah) counterparts, we can usually appreciate a stark difference in style. Those who enjoy more acidic and earthy wines tend to prefer Syrah made in Italy in France; fans of the bold, fruit-forward style will generally gravitate towards Australian Shiraz.
At first, you'll notice this wine's deep purple colour. On the nose, expect aromas of juicy black cherry, vanilla, chocolate, and savoury notes of olive. The classic pairing for Shiraz is typically any peppery BBQ meat. Also try it with Herbes de Provence or soft cheeses.