Syrah, or Shiraz in some part of the world, is from Rhône Valley origin. Thanks to DNA analyzes, it has been discovered that Syrah's parents are the white Mondeuse (mother, from Savoie region) and the Dureza (father, from Center France). In France, it is grown mainly in the Rhône Valley, in the famous appellation Côte Rôtie, Hermitage and all along the Mediterranean sea. It gives high quality wines, rich in alcohol, with an intense color, very aromatic, fine and complex, tannic, robust, with medium acidity, suitable for long aging. This variety also makes it possible to develop fruity rosés that are very pleasant to drink. Its signature aromas in the Rhone Valley is the peppery notes and the wild red berries.