L’Ormarins, Brut Classique 750ml NV

South Africa, Western Cape
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Tasting notes:
Delicate peach hue. Constant stream of fine bubbles. Appealing aroma of candied apple, citrus pith and light flinty, limestone nuance. Distinctly fruity whie peach and apple entry. Fresh vibrance and crips crunch of acidity to balance the ripe fruitiness. Rounded, creamy, broad and textured int he mouth. Elegant and statuesque. Its long aftertaste finishes on a light lemon zest note.

Winemaker's comments:
Most of the soils suitable for farming in the Elandskloof valley are situated on steep slopes. The Altima vineyards - which make up the biggest part of the non-vintage blend soils for the Chardonnay and the Pinot noir - are planted on the following soils: Quartz sandstone, which belongs to the Table Mountain Sandstone group, is found on the higher-lying mountains. Good decomposed shale soils, from the Malmesbury group of soils, are predominant on the farm. These soils usually have dark brown topsoil, with a yellow-brown structure and less sandstone subsoil. They tend to have a high water-retention capacity, are high in organic matter and usually have no chemical limitation, resulting in vigorous growth. Lower in the valley and along the rivers are dark alluvial soils, which also deliver very vigorous growth. These are not suitable for wine grape production, due to growth being too vigorous, coupled with a high risk of rot

About L'Ormarins:
L'Ormarins the main estate in the Anthonij Rupert Wyne portfolio is situated in the Franschhoek area. The farm has a combination of both low-lying land and moderate-to-steep slopes. There is an altitude difference of 385m between the lowest (165m) and the highest (580m) points on the farm. The vineyards are mainly planted on the slopes of the Groot Drakenstein mountains where granite soils produce robust, expressive wines.
More Information
Bottle Size 750ml
Style Sparkling
Country South Africa
Drink To Drink now
Price R160.00
Producer L’Ormarins
Region Western Cape
Variety Blend
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