NV Saltare Methode Cap Classique Brut Nature, Western Cape, South Africa

$31.99

Crisp, fresh rose and lavender with apple mousse on the nose; flavours of white peach, green apple, orange rind; a clean finish and exceptional length. Perfect as an aperitif.

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$31.99

ABOUT THIS WINE

This Brut Nature is a fresh wine perfect on it’s own anytime during the day and amazing with oysters and other seafood. It spends 18 to 24 months on the lees and they do not add any sugar or sulphur when it is disgorged. The dates of bottling and disgorgement are printed on each label to give you the exact time the bottle has spent on the lees.

ABOUT THIS PRODUCER

Saltare means 'to dance' in Latin. The name reflects movement, grace, simplicity - and joy. It started one day as a final year viticulture student when Carla and her classmates had to disgorge their very own MCC bottles: "I was captivated! When I had the opportunity to make my first batch of MCC several years later the magic repeated itself when my friends helped to pick the grapes by hand. Afterwards in the cellar, we danced on the grapes to squeeze out the juice" and Saltare was born.

Saltare is a boutique winery in Stellenbosch, South Africa
We carefully select our grapes from five different vineyards across the Western Cape and transport them to our cellar in Stellenbosch where winemaker Carla Pauw applies her art. Our vineyards each tell a story about the hands that tend a keep them - read about some of the remarkable people behind the grapes under Vineyards.

Find detailed notes of each of our wines here, including our latest addition, our first Platter's five-star rated MCC Cuvée Camille 2015. The cellar is located along the banks of the Eerste River close to the centre of town. Please contact us for appointments, or enjoy a taste of Saltare Wines and our Extra Virgin Olive Oil on our website and in our online shop.

Details:

Vintage NV
Producer Saltare
Wine Type Sparkling Wine
Grape(s) Chardonnay, Pinot Noir
Appellation Western Cape
Region Western Cape
Country South Africa
Farming Biodynamic