Publication R.J. Smith (editor).

Syrah Symposium Proceedings (2001)

 Consists of papers presented by invited speakers at the Syrah Symposium held on June 27, 2001 in San Diego, CA. 

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Table of Contents

Distribution, Characteristics, and Origins of Syrah
Jean-Michel Boursiquot and Carole Meredith
1

Climates for Syrah
John Gladstones
2

Australian Shiraz Clones
Michael McCarthy
5

Syrah: Possible New Virus Problems
Andrew Walker
7

Australian Shiraz—From Workhorse to Icon
Richard Hamilton
14

Syrah in California: Grape Supply and Wine Demand
Mike Fisher
16

California Beginnings, Syrah and Sirah
Robert Brittan
20

Central Coast Syrah: Preferred Clones, Harvest Maturity, Wine Style, Climate, Soils, and Management Practices

Central Coast Panel

Growing and Making Syrah in a Cool Climate (Bien Nacido Vineyard, Santa Maria Valley)
Robert Lindquist
21

Syrah—Idiosyncratic But Adaptable
Signe Zoller
23

Syrah from California’s Central Coast
Dean De Korth
25

Paso Robles Shiraz
Ian Shepherd
26

Tannin and Polymeric Pigment Development in Syrah
Douglas O. Adams
29

Learning How to Grow Shiraz in the Central Valley
Bryan Anthony and Adam Richardson
33

North Coast Syrah: Preferred Clones, Harvest Maturity, Wine Style, Climate, Soils, and Management Practices

North Coast Panel

The Effect of Terroir on Syrah
Sarah Gott
39

The Effect of Terroir on Syrah    Sarah Gott39Watch Out—The West Coast Viticulturists Are Coming
John Caldwell
46

Management of High pH Must in Syrah
Douglas Danielak
47

Syrah: Clonal Variation in Vines and Wines in McDowell Valley, California
William Crawford
51

Why Does Shiraz Shrivel?
Michael McCarthy
55

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