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A Cap Classique steeped in history. With a fine creamy mousse and beautiful luscious fruits along with nutty and flattering flinty notes. Extra fine bubbles and a lingering aftertaste line the palate. Pairs perfectly with fresh oysters, parma ham, red figs, sushi and simple desserts.

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Case (6 x 750 ml) – Stettyn Cellar Deed Cap Classique Brut NV

Cultivar Information:

70% Chardonnay and 30% Pinot Noir.




Worcester Wine and Olive Route


  • Alcohol: 12%

  • Residual Sugar: 7.1g/l

  • Total Acidity: 6.2 g/l

  • pH: 3.10

More Information

The first title deed for Stettyn farm was granted to Jan Cloete and Jan Jurgen Radyn for 125 square roods (12.6 ha2) – the usual size allocated for freehold land in the region until about 1800. It was signed by Governor Mauritz Pasques de Chavonnes at the Castle of Good Hope on 26 September 1714 and gave the partners the right to ‘besaayen, beplanten, bepoten, betimmeren en erfelyk toe houden.’ Commitment to quality is evident in your glass every time the Deed cork is popped. Let’s toast to living life passionately, unpretentiously, and in harmony!

Tasting notes

Fine creamy mousse and beautiful, luscious fruits along with nutty and flattering flinty notes. The palate is lined with extra fine bubbles and carries a long aftertaste.

Food pairing suggestions

It’s an old cliché, but few things go better with Cap Classique than fresh oysters. Or if not convinced by oysters we could recommend the delicious combination of Parma Ham and Red Figs or Sushi. Keep dessert simple by pairing strawberries and cream.


Mediterranean climate with winter rainfall situated between the cooler, wetter Boland and the harsher, drier Karoo. Cool nights enhance the veraison with warmer days for good phenolic ripeness and concentrated flavours.


Only sparkling wine made in the region of Champagne in France can be called champagne. In South Africa wine is made using the same method is termed Cap Classique. The first Cap Classique was produced in 1971. The name implies a natural sparkling wine fermented in the age-old European tradition to develop the magical sparkle driven by over 50 million tiny bubbles found in each bottle.

Once bottled, the bottles ferment and mature horizontally in cool, dark cellars for 24 months on the lees to ensure a long yeast contact time. After riddling and disgorging the wine is left in the bottle for further integration and balance.


  • Platter’s 2023 – 4 stars/88 pts


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