This is a red wine made from the Durif grape (also called Petite Sirah) and it is quite unusual to find. Now it is mostly planted in Australia, California, France and Israel. Although it originates from the Rhone valley in France and is indeed related to Syrah.
On the nose, you get a complex mix of blackberries, blueberries and plum, along with some coconut and vanilla. On the palate, you get more of these berry fruits and some spice. This wine is powerful and delicious with soft silky tannins. Overall, if you like bold spicy wines, you should give this a go and try a different grape variety today.
Drink now or it will age for another 7 years.
You can read more about the winemakers: A Growers Touch.