Fans of syrah can take it up a notch with mondeuse

This year, switch things up by sampling a new blend of wine. Mondeuse is a relatively unknown variety that is spicy, bold and perfect for the wine lover looking for something different. "We find our mondeuse wine to have a similar aromatic profile to our syrah (floral, spicy), but the mondeuse wine is deeper in color and more robust than our syrah. It's syrah on steroids," said Carole Meredith, winemaker at Lagier Meredith, which makes 40 cases of the wine each year.

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