Decanter Commended, International Wine Challenge Commended, IWSC Silver, Veritas Silver, Platter Awards 4 *
In South Africa, classic sparkling wines are called Méthode Cap Classique and are in no way inferior to their French counterparts regarding body and flavour. This sparkling wine entices nose and palate with notes of ripe fruits, fresh apples and creamy yeast aromas. This wine shows delicate yeasty tones with layers of toast and ripe fruit, are enlivened by a firm mousse and persistent bead that make it particularly attractive. It imparts a wonderful foamy mouthful of Granny Smith apples and a hint of blackberry fruit flavours with a long lingering aftertaste. A fine perlage testifies the high quality of the Pongracz Méthode Cap Classique Brut NV.
Enjoy this wine as an aperitif or dessert course. This MCC is also a pleasure in combination with light dishes such as chicken, seafood and mussels.
The winery used the two noble grape varieties Pinot Noir and Chardonnay for the production of the Pongracz Méthode Cap Classique Brut NV. They deliver wonderful sparkling wines with a noble character. Pinot Noir creates the freshness and mineral notes whilst Chardonnay contributes its rich body.
Pongracz has specialised in sparkling wines from South Africa. The Pongracz Méthode Cap Classique Brut NV stands for the classic taste and is ideal for all fans that desire something new and want to broaden their flavour horizon.
The Pongracz Méthode Cap Classique Brut NV matured in the bottle for two years. Enjoy this South African sparkling wine right away; yet it will also keep in your cellar for one or two years.
Alcohol: 12% vol
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