Ideal Wine Serving Temperature for Syrah Shiraz

Syrah and Shiraz wines are made in a variety of styles, from light and fruity to rich and full-bodied. Some of the most popular Syrahs come from the Rhône Valley in France. Shiraz wines are made all over the world, but Australia is perhaps the most well-known producer.

It's a wine with high tannin levels, which gives it a dry, astringent taste. Syrah is also known for its deep color, which can range from purple to almost black. And what's even more impressive is that this type of wine actually gets better with age – so if you have the patience to cellar it, you'll be rewarded with an even more complex flavor profile down the road. 

Ideal Serving Temperature for Syrah is 17 degrees celsius or 63 degrees fahrenheit

Whether you call it Syrah or Shiraz, this delicious grape variety is sure to please your palate!

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