|Tim Atkin MW Special South Africa Report 2020: 94 points & Best Value Sparkling Wine of the Year|
|Michelangelo International Wine & Spirit Competition 2018: Gold Medal|
|Platter's Wine Guide 2020: 4.5 stars|
|International Wine & Spirits Competition 2018: Silver Medal|
£17.95 per bottle
The Bon Courage Cap Classique Jacques Bruére Blanc de Blancs 2011 has hints of fresh lime and citrus, complimented by a subtle yeastiness on the nose. The palate shows great finesse on the finish with a crisp, rich and creamy complexity. The Jacques Bruére range is named in honour of the Bruwer’s French Huguenot lineage, the Brueres, who hailed from the Loire Valley. They are handmade from beginning to end in accordance with the traditional “Champagne” method.
Ageing potential: Made to be enjoyed now or within 3-5 years.
Food pairing: Best served as an aperitif or with oysters and the ideal partner to a seafood platter. Also great with sushi and lime-flavoured Thai dishes.
Tim Atkin MW Special South Africa Report: 94 points/Best Value Sparkling Wine of the Year “Bon Courage’s bubblies are not as well known outside South Africa as they deserve to be. This appealingly mature, bone-dry Chardonnay has very fine bubbles and layers of dried mushroom, citrus and patisserie. Long, detailed, complex and refreshing. 2020-23”
|Producer||Bon Courage Estate|
Available for delivery within 10 working days.
Delivery within mainland UK is free for orders over £75.00.
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