Searching for a great value red? Look no further than the ever-popular Leopard's Leap Shiraz!
Aromas of dark blackcurrant are interlaced with delicate underpinnings of white pepper, combining to form an intoxicating and concentrated bouquet. The palate is medium in body and rounded with dry but graceful tannins, and a finish that lingers. Overall, this Shiraz is reminiscent of a Rhône-style wine.
It goes well with venison, particularly lemon and black pepper-encrusted fillet of Springbok. Alternatively, try it with cured meats or duck.