DELICIOUS INTERNATIONAL WINE AT BETTER PRICES

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Syrocco
Syrah

Country: Morocco

Region: Middle Atlas Mountains

Year: 2014

Grape Variety: Shiraz / Syrah

Syrocco
Syrah

Country: Morocco

Region: Middle Atlas Mountains

Country: Morocco

Region: Middle Atlas Mountains

Year: 2014

Grape Variety: Shiraz/Syrah

Year: 2014

Grape Variety: Shiraz/Syrah

$39.90 per bottle

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Why we think this is a classy wine to drink

Herbal Savoury Spice Pepper Black Fruits Rare

  • Sourced from the Moroccan winery of Alain Graillot. One of the world's best Shiraz producers and THE superstar winemaker of Crozes-Hermitage in the Rhône
  • Grapes are grown on vines 10-40 years old in a region at 500m altitude (think Adelaide Hills) at the base of the Atlas Mountains in northern Morocco. Aged for 15 months before bottling
  • Elegant and savoury cool climate Shiraz with aromas and flavours of dark cherries, black fruits, spice, leather and pepper
  • Great with beef and red meat, and hearty dishes


Awards and Ratings

Two Stars - Highest Rated Crozes Hermitage Winery - Revue du Vin de France


About The Winery

Food Matches For This Wine

Technical Data

Winery: Alain Graillot
Wine Variety: Shiraz/Syrah
Drinking Window: Next 5-7 years
Alcohol Percent: 13.5%
Standard Drinks: 8.0
Closure: Cork
Bottle Size: 750ml
Allergens: Sulfites
Serving Temp: 16-18 ℃

Delivery and Returns

Order over $120 of wine and it is FREE delivery to Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide, and regional NSW, Victoria, Queensland and South Australia.

Order under $120, or if you live outside these areas there is a delivery charge. Hve your delivery charge estimated in your Cart before checkout.

Returns are free from everywhere across Australia. No fuss, just contact us within 30 days of purchase.

Customer Reviews

Customer Reviews

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Great Moroccan Wine

Moroccan and Algerian wines are amongst my favourites so it's great to see one in Australian. Somewhere between new world Shiraz and classic cote de rhone. While more than drinkable by itself, it comes to life with food, tried it with Moroccan goat tagine and it's fantastic.




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