English sheep breed makes for good wine in NSW
Tradition has it that a cheeky red should accompany a lamb dish. However a glass of red may not be obligatory if dining on lamb found grazing at a winery on the Southern Highlands in New South Wales. Their diet at one vineyard could mean the taste of wine permeates their meat. Winemakers Jeffrey Aston and his two colleagues Ian MacDonald and Mark Bourne run the sheep through what is known as their tractorless vineyard.