Shiraz is a great wine to serve with food, it’s full-bodied with prune, blackcurrant and cherry on the nose, supported by smokey oak spices.  Blackcurrant and cherry flavours follow through onto the palate. The wine has a wonderful mouth feel and a good tannic backbone which means that it goes especially well with full-flavoured meals and its tannins work well with meat.  Fleur du Cap Shiraz goes particularly well with this lamb tagine recipe I think. A tagine is a slow-cooking stew and this lamb stew recipe gets its Moroccan flavour from a blend of aromatic spices such as turmeric, cumin, ginger, cardamom and cinnamon.     You need to start preparation for this dish the day before, but apart from that it’s really easy (despite the long list…