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  • n. Alternative capitalization of Shiraz

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Examples

  • As you can see, the term shiraz is a marketing invention and doesn't refer exclusively to Australian wine.

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  • Any shiraz from the Barossa Valley is pretty spectacular.

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  • She includes Aussie shiraz, as I expected, but to say that all Aussie shiraz is overrated is ignorant.

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  • Australians called shiraz "Hermitage" up into the late 1980s, but the French put a halt to that with their "protected designation of origin".

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  • Chardonnay and riesling are the leading white grapes and syrah (called shiraz locally) and cabernet sauvignon dominate the reds.

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  • Boatloads of cheap, colorfully labeled syrah from Down Under (dubbed "shiraz" there) have turned off many North American drinkers to all syrah.

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  • The revolution demands a more geographically appropriate focus on Mediterranean varietals, such as shiraz, cinsault and grenache for reds, and chenin blanc and clairette blanche for white.

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  • Australia's Hunter Valley, a broad swath of land known for its chardonnay and shiraz grapes, is also one of the world's largest coal-export basins.

    Mines and Vines Clash in Australia

  • David Fickling/The Wall Street Journal Australia's Hunter Valley, a broad swath of land known for its chardonnay and shiraz grapes, is also one of the world's largest coal export basins.

    Miners Face Local Resistance

  • Australia's southwest corner has been better known for whale and dolphin-watching cruises, white sandy beaches, world-class surf breaks and the peppery shiraz of its Margaret River premium wineries than for fatal shark attacks.

    George Wainwright Named As Shark Attack Victim; Australians Fear A Rogue Predator

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