Bubbles – Méthode Cap Classique (MCC)
Champagne is the sparkling bubbly from France and it can only be labelled and called champagne if the grapes are harvested in the Champagne region. MCC stands for Méthode Cap Classique and is the South African equivalent of champagne, following the same bottled fermented process that the French use, but because it’s not French grapes, it can’t be called champagne.
Can be made still, semi-sparkling or sparkling and with a wide range of sweetness levels. Neither a white nor of the red variety, the rose is a pink wine produced from red grapes with minimal skins contact, almost similar to the white wine process.
Dessert wines are high quality sweet wines you’ll taste while exploring the vineyards of the Western Cape.
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