The drink, which has hints of redder fruits like strawberries and raspberries or plums, occasionally pops up on the menu in the Business Class and First Class cabins on SAA planes. The label they typically pour is J.C. Le Roux's La Chanson, which means "the song," for those who need a refresher French class. It's a good South African wine, hailing from the Western Cape. Wikipedia lets us know that Stellenboschthe wine's townwas the second oldest European settlement in the area after Cape Town. There's even a professor of Viticulture at the local university.
La Chanson is offered complimentary with your meals in the upper classes on international flights, and its relatively low alcohol content won't get you too messed up in the morning if you enjoy a few too many.