Pierre Jourdan

Pierre Jourdan finds its home at Haute Cabrière estate. Following French tradition, this Cap Classique range is named after the original French Huguenot founder, Pierre Jourdan. The fundamental wine growing philosophy of “sun, soil, vine, man” still revolves around the perfect harmony of nature’s elements coming together to create magic with man playing only the role of a respectful conductor in creating a sum that’s bigger than its parts. 

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Pierre Jourdan Methode Cap Classique Belle Nectar Demi-Sec Rosé
The Belle Nectar is a bottle fermented sparkling wine created in a Demi-Sec style, created as a sweeter version of the popular Belle Rose MCC. As Belle Rose means Beautiful Rose, Belle Nectar means Beautiful Nectar.
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Pierre Jourdan Tranquille
This is a gentle elegant wine with a fragrant bouquet, fine fruit and a dry finish. Its low alcohol makes this an ideal companion for a hot summer’s day or a lunch time meal.
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Pierre Jourdan Ratafia
The Pierre Jourdan range was named after the French Huguenot to whom the original Franschhoek farm was granted. Ratafia is the only other wine style created in the Champagne region in France, hence it was a natural addition to the range.
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Pierre Jourdan Brut
The Pierre Jourdan range was named after the French Huguenot to whom the original Franschhoek farm was granted. This wine was first produced by Achim von Arnim in 1986, making this the first wine in the Pierre Jourdan portfolio. This wine was produced in the traditional French method of bottle fermentation, known in South Africa as 'Methode 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.
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Pierre Jourdan Methode Cap Classique Belle Rose
The Belle Rosé is so named on the insistence of Cellarmaster Takuan von Arnim's Grandmother who admired its beautiful Rosé-like colour. The Pinot Noir grapes are handled gently so as not to gain too much colour, but still leaving just the right amount of fruit, creating a delicate richness. A fine mix of berries on the nose followed by a rich, lingering palate.
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Pierre Jourdan Blanc de Blancs
The Pierre Jourdan range was named after the French Huguenot to whom the original Franschhoek farm was granted. With a 4.5 Platter Guide rating, the Blanc de Blancs is the flagship MCC.