Entrance to Tasting Centre
The House of J.C. Le Roux is the first cellar devoted solely to the production of sparkling wine in South Africa.
Employing the most advanced techniques, a wide selection of sparkling and Méthode Cape Classique wines are produced which includes the South African favourites Le Domaine, La Chanson and Sauvignon Blanc.
The creation of a Cap Classique
Only sparkling wine made in the Champagne region of France may be called Champagne.
South African sparkling wines made in the traditional French method (methode champenoise) are referred to as Methode Cap Classiques or MCC’s.
Wine that has been impregnated with CO2 bubbles is simply termed sparkling wine whereas MCC’s undergo a second fermentation in the bottle to create the sought after bubbles.
The foyer of the tasting centreTasting
The tasting is an informative session where a host gives you the background of the wine and the flavours that you should be able to taste.
The sales roomCellar Tours
Cellar tours start with a short video clip highlighting the history of champagne / sparkling wine and the techniques used to make it.
A highlight of the tour is the opening of a bottle of bubbly with a French sabre.
This is called Sabrage
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Seasons offers classic yet uncomplicated food with the emphasis on simplicity, goodness and above all, taste.
Oysters and bubbly are perfect taste partners and accordingly take pride of place on the new Seasons lunch menu.
Seasons RestaurantContact details:
Tel: 021 865 8200
Fax: 021 809 8657
email: email@example.comTasting Centre Hours
Monday - Friday: 08h30 - 16h30
Saturday (Nov - Apr) : 10h00 - 16h00
Saturday (May - Oct) : 10h00 - 15h00
Sunday (Nov - Apr) and Public Holidays : 10h00 - 15:00Tour Times
Monday - Friday: 10h00, 11h30, 15h00
Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: 10h00 and 12h00Restaurant Hours
Monday - Friday: 09h30 - 15h00
Saturday and Sunday: (Sept - March): 10h00 - 15h00
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