Carbonated Local Sparkling Wine

The difference between carbonated sparkling wine and others such as Champagne or MCC is in the method of getting the bubbles into the wine. While the latter uses a secondary fermentation process (in the bottle or the tank), carbonated sparkling wine gets the bubbles into the bottle through a simple carbon dioxide injection process. Although this means these wines are substantially more affordable than traditional bubbly, it doesn’t mean they should be ignored. Fresh, zesty, fruity and light, a bottle of local sparkling wine on a hot summer’s day cannot be beat.

Graham Beck

Graham Beck Brut NV

R149.00

Graham Beck Brut Nv - 1 X 750ml Bottle An all round crowd pleaser and extremely versatile bubbly crafted from a selection of the classic MCC varieties, Pinot Noir and Chardonnay. Both varietals were hand-picked: Chardonnay at 18-19.5°B for fruit...

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Porcupine Ridge Wine

Pierre Jourdan Brut

R116.00

Pierre Jourdan Brut - 1 X 750m Bottle BLEND A classic blend of Chardonnay and Pinot Noir STYLE Méthode Cap Classique CELLARMASTER’S REFLECTIONS Style distinguishes the famous Champagne Houses of France. Chardonnay and Pinot Noir...

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