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Durif

Shop our rage of Durif red wines. Full-bodied and intense, Durif has tasting notes of blueberries, blackberries and dark chocolate with pepper and espresso on the palette. Durif pairs well with roast beef and meaty pasta dishes, and because it is so robust and can be high in alcohol, it's best served as room temperature or even slightly cooler. Discover our best Durif wines below, especially Australian Durif which produces some great examples of this quirky wine.

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  • Nericon Vineyard Reserve Durif 750ml

    Nericon Vineyard Reserve Durif 750ml

    RRP: $19.99
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    Vintage 2018 Nericon Durif is made from premium parcels of Durif grapes from small time growers in Riverina, NSW. This vibrant deep purple wine is full of dark fruity flavours like blackcurrant, blueberries and jammy plums, accompanied by hints of...
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  • Calabria 3 Bridges Durif 750ml

    Calabria 3 Bridges Durif 750ml

    RRP: $27.99
    $17.99
    Vintage 2021 Vineyard & Region: Fruit sourced from the Riverina. Colour: Intense deep crimson with vibrant purple hue. Bouquet: An aromatic blood plum and dark chocolate nose with an array of ripe blackberries, supported by toasty American oak...
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  • Nugan Estate Manuka Grove Durif 750ml

    Nugan Estate Manuka Grove Durif 750ml

    RRP: $24.99
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    James Halliday Australian Wine Companion 5 STAR WINERY Durif is a rich and robust red grape variety that revels in the warm and dry conditions of the family’s Manuka Grove Vineyard in the Riverina. Aromas of ripe blackberry, plum and cherry with...
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What is Durif wine?

Durif (pronounced duh-rhif) is a variety of red wine grape which has a very deep and intense flavour. Although it originates from the Rhône Valley, it is primarily grown in Australia. It is full-boded wine and often displays flavours of blackberry, plums and black cherries, sometimes notes of dark chocolate and spice.

What is Durif wine similar to?

Durif is also known as Petite Sirah, because it's the child of Syrah, also known as Shiraz. And it is very much like it's parent grape, however Durif can be more tannic and displays darker fruit flavours.

What food do you pair with Durif?

Durif pairs well with rich dishes like hearty stews and casseroles as well as roast beef and barbeque meats. It also pairs well with a strong blue cheese or anything with black olives in.