Considering the depth, flavor, and power of the 2006 Flinders Run Shiraz, there is no shortage of accompaniments to this wine. However, it would be a shame to drink this Flinders Run Shiraz with just any old meal. Consequently, we highly recommend procuring the highest grades of beef, lamb, pork, and game one can afford to partner with this outstanding offering. An Onion and Manioc Encrusted Rack of Lamb is one perennial favorite. Slow-cooked Baby Back Ribs and Cuban-style pork prepared with plenty of garlic and spice, presented on a bed of crisp yucca and black beans, provide two other peerless choices with the Flinders Run Shiraz. In fact, almost anything that comes off the grill should work well with this wine – meat or vegetable. Thick, juicy rib-eye steaks or beef tenderloin kabobs get our nod. Heady ratatouilles and grilled vegetables, especially winter squash, juicy caramelized onion wedges, and tender new potatoes work well, too. Given the high flavor profile of this wine, we suggest you not be timid with rubs and sauces, either. Onion, garlic, cumin, oregano, and rosemary to taste will complement the power and spice in the Flinders Run Shiraz. Last but not least, a thick brown venison stew with root vegetables makes another wonderful companion to this wine. Enjoy!