When the temperature drops slow-cooked meals and a good bottle of red wine is a fine way to spend chilly evening's in-door. And the 2014 Durbanville Hills Shiraz will certainly not disappoint with its luscious black cherries laced with hints of mulberry, pepper, prunes and smooth vanilla.
The wine is delicious when served with beef stew, Moroccan lamb, barbequed tuna steaks or kudu fillet and chili con carne. And the food friendly elegance of this wine is a direct result of where the grapes are harvested from.
|Case Per Layer||28.0|
|Case Per Pallet||112.0|