JC LE ROUX
The very first South African wine estate completely dedicated to producing scrumptious sparkling wines, J.C. Le Roux is a household name. The wine estate garnered its name from Jean Le Roux, a French Huguenot who settled on the wine farm in 1704. Situated in the Devon Valley near Stellenbosch, the House of J.C. Le Roux honours the traditional French way of making sparkling wine, dubbed Methodé Cap Classique in South Africa.
Bestowed with the prestigious Best Sparkling Wine title at the Old Mutual Trophy Wine show for the J.C. Le Roux Scintilla MCC, the wine farm is no stranger to fantastic world-class awards. You can also indulge at the famed Le Venue, the restaurant at the House of J.C. Le Roux. Choose either a sparkling wine or an MCC when you spoil yourself with J.C. Le Roux wine tasting.