Ruffled Feather is a versatile wine range with exceptional flavours that demands attention. There are now four delicious wines within the Ruffled Feather range with the recent addition of a Sauvignon Blanc and Shiraz to complement the very popular Semillon Sauvignon Blanc and Moscato. These wines were created to stand out from the pack, they refuse to lay down with the rest just like a ruffled feather.
Ruffled Feather was created with the intention of bringing people together in the warmth of familiar company and easy conversation. Try these recipes with your next bottle of Ruffled Feather!
Finger Lickin’ Sticky Beef Ribs – Pairs perfectly with Ruffled Feather Shiraz
1kg Beef ribs
½ cup tomato sauce ¼ cup honey 2 tbspns soy sauce 2 tbspns brown vinegar 1 tbspn brown sugar 1 tspn mustard powder
Combine marinade ingredients together and marinate ribs for an hour in the refrigerator, turning to coat once after 30 mins.
Cook ribs in oven at 200°C for 1 hr.
Serve with cobs of corn and potato wedges/fries for an American style dish or a selection of vegetables.
Garlic Prawns Pair perfectly with Ruffled Feather Sauvignon Blanc
1/3 cup olive oil 20g butter 1 shallot finely chopped 1kg raw banana prawns, peeled, deveined, tails intact 4 garlic cloves finely chopped ½ tspn fennel seeds 1tspn ground paprika Juice of 1 lemon plus the zest grated 1 handful parsley finely chopped
Fry butter, oil then add shallot and fennel seeds until shallot soft Increase heat to medium high, add prawns, garlic and paprika. Sprinkle with salt and pepper Once prawns cooked through, remove from heat and add lemon zest, 1 tbspn lemon juice to taste and parsley Serve with vegetables, salad or rice.
Learn more about the Ruffled Feather Wine Region
Ruffled Feather was created from boutique vineyards throughout the South-east Australian wine region. It is renowned as one of the world’s most extensive wine areas geographically, it cuts predominantly across three Australian states – New South Wales, Victoria and Tasmania. It can also include parts of South Australia and the bottom half of Queensland.
South Eastern Australia is extremely vast and legally became an official labelling term because the wines are crafted from grapes harvested within a number of different wine regions in this area. The wines produced here don’t often exhibit particularly strong characteristics of one particular wine region. The wines are often a blend carefully crafted from the harvests of numerous vineyards.