Posts Tagged ‘Method cap classique’
What Are The Sparkling Wine Classifications?
Each country has its own classifications for its Sparkling Wines, for example, France has the Champagne Region and in that region, you’ll find the likes of Grand Cru and Premier Cru, but what do they mean? In the Prosecco Region in Italy, you’ll find DOC and DOCG, do you know what that really tells you?…Read More
Tulbagh Valley Wine Route
Tulbagh Valley, a charming South African historical town, 80 miles from Cape Town, offers beauty, heritage, tranquility and of course, wine. Set against beautiful scenery and majestic mountain ranges, visitors can choose from a wide range of accommodation, browse and buy handcrafted foods, jewellery and gifts, admire art, go to the theatre, enjoy seasonal events,…Read More
Kleine Zalze Method Cap Classique
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…Read More