Canadian Wine – Comparing Canadian Syrah With The World
The first country you think of when you think of red wine is clearly not Canada, but thanks to a growing culture of wine lovers and estates, that is likely to change.
The respect that Canadian wine is gaining in the world is something nobody saw coming, not even the hard-working vineyard owners who made that possible.
Read on and find out everything about the Syrah variety and how it compares to the world of wine today.
Model Time – Yet Another Brilliant Canadian Invention
Before you start tasting of all these fine wines you need to know Canadians are clever not only about growing quality grapes. Model Time project is a sub-service of Adult Time Network and it’s obviously within your usual membership. It is all about personal quality of videos made by model themselves. This time there is no scripts, no stories just the real interaction with world’s finest babes.
Syrah Vs. Shiraz
The old struggle of France versus the new world is still on in 2019.
Shiraz and Syrah are the same in their DNA and yet, wine receives either name in different countries.
Canada is one of the places in the world where the wine from this grape is called Shiraz.
Are there any real differences between the original made in France and the multiple other variants in the rest of the wine-producing world like Australia, Canada, South Africa and New Zealand?
Let´s take a look at them:
- Complexity – The taste of the Syrah is known to be more complex to the tongue having a wider flavor to appreciate.
- Acidity – Syrah is also known for being a little more acid than the shiraz, especially at the end of the throat.
- Fruity – Shiraz is one of the fruitiest wines in the industry. The variety coming from Canada is perhaps the fruitiest of them all according to experts.
- Smokiness – Syrah is almost a smoked wine to the palate of those who know more about wine in the world. It is also a lot earthier.
These are only some of the differences between the Canadian variety and the French one.
Overall, we can say that Syrah can be expected to be more like a dark-fruit flavor because of the cooler weather while the Shiraz can be more dark-berry, almost like drinking jam.
From Ice Wines To Red Wines
Once known for having only ice wines to offer the world, Canada is now one of the biggest suppliers for North America in terms of red dry wines too.
Syrah is one of the grapes selected most often by wine-lovers and for example the “Le Vieux Pin, Equinoxes Syrah” of 2014 is one of the most sought-after wines of the entire region.
There is more news to be expected from Canadian wine in the following years as their growth is imminent.
Although it is not easy to find Canadian wines anywhere in the world other than North America and its reputation is still behind France and South America, the steady work of passionate people is likely to change that very soon. The Syrah variety is not only one of the most sought-after, but also one of the most successful in the past decades.