In today's Telegraph Victoria Moore picks it as one of her top summer wines.
Kanonkop Kadette 2009
There’s no mistaking the origin of this bold red: it’s a big, smoky South African blend of pinotage, cabernet sauvignon, merlot and cabernet franc, aged in old French oak. Beautifully structured, with notes of roasted coffee beans and leather. It would be brilliant with blackened barbecue meat – spare ribs and steaks.
'Beautifully structured' - yes, spot on!