Beef and red wine are made for each other. The fat in a prime piece of juicy steak softens a wine’s astringency and releases those tasty fruit flavours. Problem is, when faced with the choice of which red wine to pick, many people assume you need to be a wine buff to know what's what. This is where Angus the Bull steps in. A full-bodied Cabernet Sauvignon, it’s been crafted with beef in mind, so it takes out the guesswork.
91 Points James Suckling
Tasting Notes ... A wine of intense colour with bright purple hues. Aromas of ripe black fruits, rich dark chocolate and subtle vanillin oak. And a full-bodied palate characterised by firm tannins with a savoury, masculine finish.