Based on the eastern end of Franschoek with ridiculous views and a great photo frame - google it
Cave barrel cellar with the chance to see the famous sabrage - removing the cork from a champagne bottle using a sabre!
Described as ubiquitous (I had to look that word up), but I have to agree, it is. I still think it's justified. Made from 2 of the 3 most prevalent champagne grapes, it's a still wine. It was the first South African wine produced in this style. That's unusual and everyone I have shared this with have enjoyed it. Peachy fruit and a smooth velvety texture. Super quaffable and a little different.