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Dead Arm Shiraz - Very Much Alive

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With last night's pleasantly cool weather, I decided to make a comforting stew of lamb shanks & white beans. This dish called for a big red wine, so my choice was:

  • d'Arenberg "The Dead Arm" Shiraz, McLaren Vale GI, Australia, 2005

"The Dead Arm" is a super-concentrated Shiraz. If you would like more info on why, and how it got named, click here. This is a full-bodied wine, deep purple in color, with a nose & palate chock-full of blackberry, licorice & spice. After 8 years in bottle, it's throwing some sediment, so I recommend decanting. Just be careful - if enjoyed too quickly, at 14.5% alcohol, it will rapidly start to boogie-woogie 'round your brain...

"The Dead Arm" is a special wine, and priced accordingly, but d'Arenberg makes a wide range of exceptional wines to suit any budget. Give any of them a try and you shouldn't be disappointed. But if opportunity knocks, go for "The Dead Arm"!

The Dead ArmA Lovely d'Arenberg Shiraz

CHEERS!

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