Difference Between Warm and Cool Climate Syrahs (VIDEO)

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This video talks about the difference between warm and cool climate Syrahs. Syrah is a type of red wine that can show vast difference in taste depending on if it is grown in warm climate versus cold climate. Wine experts weigh in on the matter in this video. At The California Wine Club, we bring handcrafted wine from small wineries delivered straight to your door each month.

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