In South Africa, to distinguish their quality sparkling wine from the vast majority of the carbon dioxide injected swill, they call the good stuff Méthode Cap Classique, or Cap Classique.
Cap Classique is made in the traditional method of sparkling wine production. This means that the second fermentation happens in the bottle, just like in Champagne. Cap Classique uses the same grapes as Champagne.
Cap Classique sparkling does not have restrictions on what grapes are used to make the delicious bubbly stuff. At first there was a lot of Chenin Blanc, but now there is more South African sparkling wine made from the same grapes as Champagne; Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, and Pinot Meunier.
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Le Domaine expresses all the finesse and crispness of Sauvignon Blanc, intertwined with the gentle sweetness of the Muscadel. Refreshing and youthful, this fun sparkling wine offers an abundance of fresh fruit and a lingering, clean finish.
A lively, ruby-red sparkling wine with a delightfully sweet palate of strawberries and plums. This exceptional low-alcohol sparkling wine will add exuberance to any occasion.
A wine for everyday enjoyment. The perfect sundowner in summer. Enjoy as an apéritif with spicy oriental food, fruit and desserts.
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