WINE OF ORIGIN | Western Cape, South Africa
VARIETALS | Chardonnay & Pinot Noir
RS 4.4 g/L | ALC 12% | TA 6.6g/L | pH 3.3
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Pierre Jourdan Brut is an elegant Méthode Cap Classique created from a blend of the classic varietals of Chardonnay and Pinot Noir.
The Pierre Jourdan range was named after the French Huguenot to whom the original Franschoek farm was granted. This wine was first produced by Achim von Armin in 1986, making this the first wine in the Pierre Jourdan portfolio. Vegan-friendly.
This wine was produced in the traditional French method of bottle fermentation, known in South Africa as ‘Méthode Cap Classique’. Expect delicate yeasty aromas on the nose, complemented by fresh citrus flavours and a crisp acidity. In typical French tradition Chardonnay allows for freshness, while Pinot Noir contributes to the body and structure of the wine.
Pairs well with
Pairs well with lighter fish dishes, oysters, salads and goats’ cheese. To showcase its versatility it can also be paired with baked desserts like apple pie and also complements sweeter dishes well by balancing and cleansing the palate.