Sparkling Wine TourMéthode Cap Classique (MCC) is the South African term used to describe a sparkling wine made following the classic French method of champagne making. The fine bubbles in each bottle are produced by inducing a secondary fermentation in the bottle. The bottles are then laid horizontally in a cool cellar to mature for a minimum of nine months.
- Sparkling wine tasting and cellar tour at South Africa only cellar dedicated entirely to the craft of making sparkling wine.
- Sparkling wine tasting in Stellenbosch, This premier estate is a destination in its own right and draws inspiration from a rich heritage dating back to when its French Huguenot founders recognized this property's enormous potential for wine growing.
- Sparkling wine tasting in Franschhoek, we don't think that there is anything more passionate and sensual than Méthod Cap Classique.
- Pierre Jourdan Brut, Blanc de Blancs tasting at Cabrieré, Home of Pierre Jourdan and Haute Cabrière wines, the beautiful Cabrière, situated on the banks of the Franschhoek River, was granted to the French Huguenot refugee farmer Pierre Jourdan on the 22 December 1694.
- Sparkling wine tasting at Dieu Donné Vineyards, The view from Dieu Donne is well-known among those who wish to identify the famous landmarks of Franschhoek.