Irish stew (Stobhach) is a stew native to Ireland.
It is traditionally made with root vegetables and lamb or mutton.
Ribera del Duero (Spain)
Chianti Classico (Italy)
Lamb stew is usually easy to match.
It matches plum and berry flavors like in Garnatcha and Tempranillo based wines.
It matches easy drinking medium body wines like New World Merlot.
It also matches wines with savoury flavours like Syrah and Negroamaro.
The fattiness of the lamb and the juice of the stew, also goes well with fruity and juicy red wines like Dolcetto and Barbera from Piemonte and Sangiovese from Tuscany.
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