Lamb Shanks And Wine

What wine with Lamb Shanks?...

Lamb Shank, Which Wine?

Lamb Shank braised in red wine

Doesn't this Lamb Shank look delicious?

What You Need To Know About Lamb Shanks And Wine

Lamb shanks are good value. Because lamb shanks are tough they benefit from long, slow moist cooking. You can braise the shanks up to two days ahead.

In addition to the wines mentioned in our food pairing table you might consider an Italian Barolo, a French Chateauneuf-du-Pape, or a Shiraz. The first two are fairly expensive, but you probably saved money on the meat.

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