Hawkes Bay vintners think they have the golden ground for red Bordeaux varieties in New Zealand. Aside from a few fine ones, most taste green to many Americans. However, Syrah produces a distinctive peppery range of flavors and seldom veers into the overripe flavors that have marred the image of that grape variety in some circles. Which should you go for?
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