Syrah

Syrah

Try some of New Zealand's best Syrah wines.





Blank Canvas Syrah 2015

Blank Canvas Syrah 2015

33,90 CHF - 33,70 CHF*

44,93 CHF pro Liter

Blank Canvas Syrah 2015

Blank Canvas Syrah 2015

33,90 CHF - 33,70 CHF*

44,93 CHF pro Liter

Great reviews for the intriguing twist on Syrah: A co-fermentation with Grüner Veltliner rather than Viognier. 3x 93 points - WOW-factor included.


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Man O' War Dreadnought Syrah 2016

Man O' War Dreadnought Syrah 2016

42,50 CHF - 43,50 CHF*

58,00 CHF pro Liter

Man O' War Dreadnought Syrah 2016

Man O' War Dreadnought Syrah 2016

42,50 CHF - 43,50 CHF*

58,00 CHF pro Liter

Currently only 22 bottles left. One of New Zealand's best Syrah: full, rich and broad. Top scoring wine delight. Clearly the only thing you should dread here is missing out on this world class Waiheke Island Syrah.


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Man O' War Dreadnought Syrah 2017

Man O' War Dreadnought Syrah 2017

42,50 CHF - 43,50 CHF*

58,00 CHF pro Liter

Man O' War Dreadnought Syrah 2017

Man O' War Dreadnought Syrah 2017

42,50 CHF - 43,50 CHF*

58,00 CHF pro Liter

One of New Zealand's best Syrah: a supremely classy Syrah, rich and full bodied but with the elegance we love in cool-climate Syrah. From one of Waiheke Island's top producers. Clearly the only thing you should dread here is missing out on this world class Waiheke Island Syrah.


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Dry River Lovat Vineyard Syrah 2016

Dry River Lovat Vineyard Syrah 2016

61,90 CHF - 62,90 CHF*

83,86 CHF pro Liter

Dry River Lovat Vineyard Syrah 2016

Dry River Lovat Vineyard Syrah 2016

61,90 CHF - 62,90 CHF*

83,86 CHF pro Liter

97 points Syrah from cult winery Dry River. An excellent and rare wine for your cellar. Rated as one of New Zealand's best Syrah 2016. Limited availability


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What you need to know about New Zealand Syrah

In 2017 the national vineyard includes 5,653 hectares of pinot noir, making it the second most planted variety after sauvignon blanc. Syrah has just 431 hectares – New Zealand's seventh most important grape variety.

On the other hand, the acreage of syrah has grown significantly faster than pinot noir in the last decade. Syrah has jumped by 55% compared to 21.6% for pinot noir.

Maybe now is the perfect time to taste some of New Zealand's best Syrah.

New Zealand's Syrah regions

Winemakers were divided on whether co-fermenting syrah with a little viognier makes a better wine. Some do it, others don’t. Regional and subregional differences in syrah are more significant than the influence that viognier makes to the wine.

Hawke’s Bay and the upper North Island (especially Waiheke Island) have a hot, new-ish red-wine variety, attracting growing international acclaim.

75% of the country's Syrah is grown in these two regions.

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