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      Tasting Notes and Description
      This classic Shiraz for everyday drinking shows opulent, bright fruit on the nose and a beautifully elegant palate of round tannins layered with clove spice, ripe cherries and violets.

      Enjoy right now or keep for up to four years. Compliments food fit for a feast, such as roast duck, grilled meat and hearty pasta dishes.

      Leeuwenkuil Family Vineyards is driven by two resilient forces - quality time and quality wine. Located in the the unique terroir of the Swartland this family business in run by Willie & Emma Dreyer. A hardworking, passionate farmer, Willie has a particularly hands-on approach to wine farming and studiously tends to his land from dusk until dawn. He inherited half of the farm, which back then comprised of 45 hectares of vineyards. Over the past 30 years, Willie, his family and his hard-working team together have built Leeuwenkuil into what it is today - 1250 hectares of thriving vineyards.

      Emma grew up a mere two farms north of Leeuwenkuil and has a first-hand grasp of all facets of farming. She is the one who brings the Leeuwenkuil family together, always making sure everyone there is as happy as can be. Emma also loves to read up on genealogical history, through which she was able to discover the true roots of Leeuwenkuil, dating back to the eventful year of 1693.

      This Shiraz is sourced from dryland farmed vineyards in the prestigious Swartland area. Shiraz loves the "Mediterranean" climate of the Cape and grapes ripen with thick skins packed with tannins and colour.

      No oak was used during the ageing of this Shiraz, resulting in a very fruit-forward and spicy wine. The grapes were picked at 22 to 24 degrees and fermented in stainless steel tanks. Post fermentation they leave the wine on the skins to maximise complexity and mouthfeel.
      Grape Variety
      Shiraz / Syrah
      South Africa
      Body Style
      Full Bodied Red
      Organic Principles

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