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Leopard’s Leap Shiraz (2002): Wine Review

2002 Leopard’s Leap Shiraz
Where found? Nonna Lina’s winelist

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How much? R70
Drunk with? Dinner; linguine affumicato and spaghetti bolognese
Did it suit? Perfectly!
Value for money? Yes
SA Blog recommends? For fun with friends

Tasting notes
France supporters – take two of these and call me in the morning. Ouch! That hurt last night – but, in honor of Italy’s accomplishment, we return to SA Logue’s recommended World Cup venue for Italy supporters, and raise a toast of Leopard’s Leap, which is on the winelist, to the Azzuri.

This Shiraz can, in fact, be found on many winelists acros Cape Town. It’s a big, fruity tipple that’s quite inexpensive (bearing in mind that the restaurant price is usually double the bottle store price), and goes well with anything spicy or rich. Quite a bargain – you can’t miss ordering this.

Tipplers in the UK should note that Leopard’s Leap is imported by Tesco’s – and that the supermaket’s recommended accompaniment, “macaroni cheese” is downright appalling. Someone should write a letter.

Estate notes
Leopard’s Leap
Tel: +27 (0) 21 876 8006
Fax: +27 (0) 21 876 4499