NV Benguela "Cove Cuvée 58" Brut, Walker Bay, South Africa


This Method Cap Classique allures with vivid aromas of candied apple, pear and sweet grass that comes to life when the fine mousse explodes on the surface. The expected bright acidity is balanced with a tangy finish, concluded with a fresh floral note. Absolutely delicious and versatile.

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Grapes were hand harvested in the cool morning, carefully sorted and whole bunch pressed. Only free run juice was used in the final blend to insure quality and regional expression. Malolactic fermentation was done on the base wine to soften the Sauvignon Blanc’s natural acidity, adding a creamy texture. After blending and bottling, a secondary fermentation commenced in bottle for four weeks at 15°C. The MCC was then bottle matured and left on the lees for 12 months before disgorgement.

Every bottle is an occasion - before, with, or after a meal.
Summer fruit | oysters| lemony chicken| Mediterranean platters| creamy desserts | French toast


Benguela Cove Lagoon Wine Estate proudly boasts some of the most sought-after terroirs in the Western Cape overlooking the Atlantic Ocean.
Brought to life on the shores of the Bot River Lagoon, cool maritime winds caress the vines, resulting in a cooler median daytime temperature. This allows for slow ripening, preserving the gentle characteristics of these cool-climate wines. Proudly carrying the stamp of wine of origin Walker Bay, all wines are crafted with minimal intervention.

In the words of the winemaker, Johann: “I’ve always had a soft spot for those regions producing wines with elegance, finesse, balance and longevity. Cooler climate areas like Walker Bay usually deliver on this, but it was the fruit quality and wine style coming from Benguela Cove Lagoon Wine Estate in particular that excited me. Never have I come across wines so distinct in style and of the consistently good quality year on year.”


Vintage NV
Producer Benguela
Wine Type Sparkling Wine
Grape(s) Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot Noir, Chardonnay
Appellation Walker Bay
Region Walker Bay
Country South Africa
Farming Sustainable