Anzac Day and Rosemary
Rosemary is a symbol of love, trust, friendship and loyalty. This fragrant shrub also ties Australians to Gallipoli where rosemary grows wild across the peninsula.
As a way to reflect on our Gallipoli heroes, why not spend Anzac Day creating Katrina’s homely Roast Lamb with Rosemary and then enjoy it with a glass of Barbera, Sagrantino or Sanigovese Shiraz.
In 1915 a soldier arrived home to South Australia from Gallipoli with a small rosemary bush he had dug up from Anzac Cove. It was planted in the gardens of the Keswick Army hospital. Over the years cuttings were taken and more shrubs were planted. For decades small sprigs from this original plant were worn to honour the fallen on Anzac Day.
We suggest enjoying Katrina’s Roast Lamb with any of these wines which match perfectly to lamb: Barbera, Sangrantino or Sangiovese Shiraz.
If you can't decide which wine, why not grab our Roast Lamb Reds Six pack including all three.