Method Cap Classique

Made in exactly the same way as French Champagne, Méthode Cap Classique (or MCC) is South Africa’s entry into the world of bubbly. Over and above Chardonnay and Pinot Noir, SA producers are also known to use Chenin Blanc and even Pinotage in their MCCs. There are some rules as well – the wines must be bottle fermented with at least nine month on the lees. And it’s this last point that gives MCC it’s great variety of flavour profiles – the longer on the lees, the richer and more intense the yeasty, buttery flavours; while shorter time on the lees gives a crisper, fruitier taste. South African MCC is growing in stature worldwide and really making waves – and it’s superb affordability makes it a great alternative to Champagne.

De Grendel Wine

De Grendel Brut


De Grendel Brut - 1 X 750ml Bottle Fresh apple flavours and sweet tropical fruit backed by some biscuit richness. The fruit weight fills out the mid-palate and the mineral crispness ensures a well balanced wine with substantial length.

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JC Le Roux

Jc Le Roux MCC Brut


Jc Le Roux Brut 1 X 750ml Bottle This Brut Cap Classique is a fresher and lighter style of MCC and will be enjoyed by people with a drier palate that prefer it to be young and refreshing. This MCC was produced from predominantly Pinot noir grapes and...

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