For those visiting Franschoek, Haute Cabriere presents a magnificent photo opportunity with it's views across the valley and it's perfectly placed house-size photo frame. https://www.eatout.co.za/article/partner-content-5-reasons-add-haute-cabriere-wine-farm-must-visit-list/
The cave cellar and the restaurant are no less grand and all and to the enjoyment of these great wines.
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.