The Most Sought After Syrah

July 02, 2019

Syrah is made around the world, from France to Australia to Washington state. It is truly a fine red wine, and while prices can be high, even the most expensive can provide outstanding quality for price. In a round up of the most expensive Syrahs, the New World beat out the old with Penfolds Bin 170 Kalimna Vineyard Shiraz topping the list at $1340. Barossa Valley also provides the terroir for the second wine on the list, Chris Ringland Dry-Grown Shiraz going for $748. Finally France shows up at number three with Marcel Ruge Cornas at $619. The rest of the list includes more Rhône Valley and Australian offerings. Click through to check them out!

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