The red grape is genetically identical to the Syrah , But both have their own history. The Australian wine pioneer James James Busby (1802-1871) resulted in the 1833 Syrah from France to Australia. He then called Scyras, she later became famous under the name of Shiraz in use today. She is now in Australia (particularly the Barossa Valley, Hunter Valley and in Victoria) and South Africa is widespread. Particularly in Australia and mostly recovered from the Shiraz red wine dark is different (also due to the wine), but despite having the same identity from that of the (French) Syrah. The Shiraz wine is usually sweet and ripe and the flavor is reminiscent of Chocolate ....You see a shortened form of description. The full description is reserved for our subscribers.