Last night we had Shepherd's pie for dinner. Authentic Shepherd's pie made with lamb. Delish. We tried a new wine with it. Banrock Station Shiraz. What a fantastic pairing. The complemented each other very well. Medium-bodied, fruity upfront, tannins give structure, yet it has a soft and smooth finish.
And the best part? The bottle is well under $10.
The company is also conscious of the environment and donates to various conservation organizations.
From Banrock Station:
The Banrock Station Shiraz exhibits lifted aromas of raspberry and sweet plum with hints of spice supported by vanilla oak. On the front palate sweet raspberry and dark berry fruits are present. Medium grainy tannins are evident, adding structure; however this red wine remains soft. The mid palate is rich with fruit sweetness, vanillin oak and spice complexity, ultimately finishing dry and soft.
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