A Spanish Tempranillo Pairs Well with a Lebanese Lamb Dish

IMG_0210.JPG (2)One of our favourite Supercook recipes is Immos.  This is a Lebanese lamb dish, originally made with ewe’s milk, but yogurt is a good substitute.  The lamb is very well cooked with coriander, lemon and garlic and the dish has a lovely soft and creamy texture.  It should be served with a crisp green salad and rice.

We decided to drink a bottle of Sabina Tempranillo Navarra 2011, a medium-bodied Spanish red from the Wine Society.  We noted black fruits and a spicy tang on the finish. We found this easy drinking wine paired well with the meal and would probably be one of the few reds that would work with this dish.

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