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Lashmar Sisters Blend Shiraz

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Varietal: Shiraz   Region: McLaren Vale, SA  Size: 750mL  Alc: 14.5%

The 2008 Sisters Blend comprises shiraz (70 per cent) and cabernet sauvignon (30 per cent). These proportions may vary from year to year as we strive for consistency and quality. The wine has spent 24 months in older French hogsheads, which adds a supporting strength, giving sweetness and a lovely cedary hint. The cabernet gives structure to the finish, helping to balance the sweet ripe fruit of the shiraz. Well-proportioned and harmonious, ready for drinking now.

Suggested serving

Beef ragout

The Lashmar Sisters Blend epitomises the shiraz style. Its flavour is driven by fruit with a lovely spiciness and a spine of minerality. The combination of a good shiraz when paired with a beef ragout on a cool winter's evening can be deeply comforting. The texture of the beef and the richness of the sauce will pair beautifully with the spice and minerality in this outstanding shiraz. The recipe we've found for you is adapted from one of Jamie Oliver's. It's definitely a winner.

 

A Dozen or more:
$19.99
Single bottle buy:
$24.99
Quantity:



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