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Leopard’s Leap: come for wine tasting, stay for family lunch
3 ways to taste the 5 Leopard's Leap wine ranges
Leopard’s Leap Family Vineyard is one of our favourite wine estates because it offers a range of choices on what, and how, to taste the five wine ranges, and similarly on how you choose to eat.
DO A DIY TASTING OR GET EXPERT GUIDANCE
Firstly, there are five ranges of wine: LOOKOUT, Culinaria, Classic, Special Edition and Family Connection. There are three ways you can taste them. You can go DIY and work through six different wines from the five ranges yourselves if the group is under six (cost R55 per person). Another option is to order wines online, and you will be sent a virtual tasting guide.
For something a bit more formal and for groups of six and up, you can opt for the formal wine tasting with a wine ambassador. In this option, everyone will be tasting the same wines – which you can choose from any of the five ranges.
STAY FOR THE FOOD; IT’S GOOD
Why not stay for lunch after the tasting – or even better, use the tasting to choose the wine to match your lunch? What’s nice about dining at Leopard’s Leap Family Vineyards is that you can choose from the harvest table or the rotisserie, which means the options are broad and everyone – even the picky eaters – will be happy.
In addition, there’s a huge lawn on which the children can run around. It truly is a family-friendly space where the vibes are relaxed, but it still offers style and class fare.
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