Rhanleigh Wines take their name from a beautiful thoroughbred racehorse of the same name, 1914 winner of the prestigious South African Durban July Handicap. Just like the beloved Rhanleigh, these front-running wines exemplify beauty, skill and finesse throughout the range.
Deep color, with violet hints. Pleasant and spicy aromas, reminiscent of black pepper. Ripe red fruit on the palate, with smooth and harmonious tannins.
Pairs well with meats, sausages, homemade strong dishes. Best Served at 65° F.
Asiago, Cheddar, Hard Cheese, Manchego, Parmesan, Pecorino Cheese