Kleine Zalze Method Cap Classique
13th April 2016
In the heart of the stunning Stellenbosch Winelands lies the century-old gem of the Kleine Zalze estate.
First opened in 1685, it wasn’t until 1695 the first grapes were produced. Kobus Basson is currently the sole owner of Kleine Zalze since 2015.
Bordering the provincial town of Stellenbosch, affectionately known as ‘Little Europe’, Kleine Zalze provides an escape to a timeless era of Cape Dutch architecture, exquisite wine, fine dining and leisurely days spent with family and friends.
Kleine Zalze wines are marked by a classical structure and complexity matched by a vibrant flavour intensity. Discernibly South African in style, they are refreshing, beautifully balanced and well-suited to food. Our wines are made according to traditional methods with minimal cellar intervention, but supported by modern equipment.
Kleine Zalze MCC wines are made using traditional grape varieties Chardonnay and Pinot Noir, bottle fermented and matured for three years prior to disgorgement.
Méthode Cap Classique Non Vintage Brut
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