How an Iconic Washington State Vineyard Has Led the Way for Syrah From the state’s first Syrah plantings to the creation of some of its finest wines, Red Willow has made a name for itself in Washington
Is California Syrah Misunderstood? Though the grape boomed in the 1990s, Syrah is still suffering through an identity crisis. A community of small producers hopes to change that.
Shiraz is Back With American distribution finally catching up to Australia’s innovations, this most loved/hated variety is more diverse and expressive than ever.