2015 Brut Simonsig Estate
|Grapes||Pinot Noir, Pinot Meunier, Chardonnay|
The name just means 'Cape Sparkling' and this name seems to be all part and parcel of the low-key unpretentiousness of the Malan family who own Simonsig. This is really well-made with a good balance of fruit and mild autolytic (yeasty) character, and really does offer great value for money, not only compared to other New World sparklers, but would definitely give a lot of Champagnes a fright too. L&S (Jul 2017)
*Case Price: Mix any 12 bottles of wine or 6 bottles of Champagne, Spirits or Fortified to get the 'case price' for each bottle.
Jewel-like in clarity with a straw-coloured undertone, this sophisticated Cap Classique excites with a symphony of energetic, yet elegant bubbles, and notes of white peach and red berries. The flavour of freshly baked bread comforts the palate, while the fine balance between the fruit and acidity displays beautiful finesse and elegance. Winemaker's notes (Jul 2017)
Huguenot Jacques Malan arrived in the Cape from France in 1688 and to this day his family run the Simonsig estate, named after the imposing mountain that dominates the view. Over thirty years ago, the late Frans Malan produced South Africa's first méthode traditionnelle sparkling wine.
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