Shiraz 1 Field Shiraz 2 Field Shiraz Studio Field Shiraz Studio

Shiraz is a medium ripening black wine grape from France. It has a medium growing season with medium yield potential. Vitis vinifera, the selected clone for data analysis was Shiraz C06V17, AC72.8189. Grown for commercial wine production in Australia. The prime name of this variety is Syrah. Shiraz comes from the Hermitage area of the Rhone Valley in France where it is known as Syrah. It is a vigorous variety with long loose bunches with long stalks. The berries tend to wilt as soon as they are ripe. In Australia it is a very versatile variety, being grown in all viticultural areas and used for all types of red wines. It is sometimes used alone but often blended with other red varieties.

Variety: Shiraz
Colour: Black
Seeded: Yes
Bud Burst Days (July 1=0): Medium 79.00
Flowering Days (July 1=0): Very Late 122.00
Veraison Rating: Medium 187.00
Harvest 22 Brix Days (July 1=0): Medium 242.00
Seasonality (days): Medium 164.00
Leaf Area Index (m2/m2): 3.74
Bunches Per Shoot: 1.70
Yield Potential: Medium
Berry Weight (g): 1.41
Total Soluble Solids (° Brix): 23.40
pH: 3.92
Titratable Acidity (g/L): Medium 4.24
Tartaric Acid (g/L): 6.20
Malic Acid (g/L): 3.80
Tartrate Malate Acid Ratio: Medium 1.63
Anthocyanins (mg/g): Medium 0.87
Phenolics (au): 1.27
Yeast Assimilable Nitrogen (mg/)L: 228
Potassium (mg/)L: 1,870.00