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Durif (Petit Syrah)
Durif (Petit Syrah)




$0.50 ea.
$1.00 ea.
61 - 80
$1.50 ea.
81 - 100
$2.00 ea.
101 - 200
$3.00 ea.
201 - 500
$5.00 ea.
500 and up
$7.00 ea.

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Product Code: DURIF

Durif is a variety of red wine grape primarily grown in California, Australia, France, and Israel. Recently, wineries located in Washington State's Yakima Valley, Maryland, Arizona, West Virginia, Chile, Mexico's Baja Peninsula, and Ontario's Niagara Peninsula have also produced wines from Petite Sirah grapes. It is the main grape known in the US and Israel as Petite Sirah with over 90% of the California plantings labeled "Petite Sirah" being Durif grapes; the US Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms recognizes "Durif" and "Petite Sirah" as interchangeable synonyms referring to the same grape.[1] It produces tannic wines with a spicy, plummy flavour. The grape originated as a cross of Syrah pollen germinating a Peloursin plant. On some occasions, Peloursin and Syrah vines may be called Petite Sirah, usually because the varieties are extremely difficult to distinguish in old age.
Suitable Zones:
This vine is suiteable for zones 6, 7, 8, 9, 10
  • Kober 5bb rootstock is ideal for drought common areas and should not be planted in areas or regions with standing water. This rootstock has relatively broad nematode resistance, good phylloxera resistance and tolerance to lime-based soils.