An MCC unique to the Hemel-en-Aarde region made from all three classic Champagne varieties.
The Platters Wine Guide
Tim Atkin Award | 91 Points
This wine was initially the Eksteens “Kombuisbruis”(kitchen bubbles) project and started in their garage.
Unique in the sense that it is the only MCC from the Hemel-en-Aarde Valley (cool climate similar to Champagne) made from all three classic Champagne varieties namely Pinot Noir (48%), Chardonnay (48%) and Pinot Meunier (4%).
The wine matures between 24 and 36 months on its lees in the bottle and is a 5-star nominee in Platter’s Wine Guide for the last ﬁve years.
Year: 2016, Produced: 2 666 Bottles, Alcohol: 12.61 Vol%, Residual Sugar: 4.43 g/l, Total Acidity: 6.56 g/l, pH: 3.23, SO2 (free): 25 ppm