Carrol Boyes is an iconic South African designer and her brand has deftly crafted a coveted and high-end product range of distinctive home and lifestyle items.
Associated with style and finesse, her products are available throughout South Africa, and in over 30 other countries around the world. With the finest wine making having become an art, Carrol Boyes signature artworks have been translated onto the labels of superb bottles of wine.
New to the Carrol Boyes Collection is the beautifully packaged Gold Label 2012 Chardonnay Pinot Noir Méthode Cap Classique. This union of art and wine-making is becoming an essential element of well-stocked cellars around the world. Living is an art, so share, celebrate and collect these limited editions.
CARROL BOYES GOLD LABEL MÉTHODE CAP CLASSIQUE 2012
A blend of 70% Chardonnay and 30% Pinot Noir
Selected parcels of chardonnay and pinot noir were meticulously selected on the high slopes of Franschhoek. Base wines were carefully blended to keep finesse and elegance, prior to bottling in 2012. Wines were kept for 28 months untouched on their ‘lees’ before disgorgement.
Elegant with a fine mousse, a delicate bouquet of summer fruits and a hint of biscuit and citrus follows onto a dry and well-balanced palate. Nuances of almonds and freshly baked bread fill the mouth and linger on the aftertaste.
Ideal partner to accompany oysters, grilled white fish, smoked salmon and sushi, cheese soufflé or other egg and cheese dishes, and with fresh strawberries for dessert.
Elegantly and distinctively presented with a vivid gold aluminium label, the Carrol Boyes MCC 2012 retails nationally for R200 at select grocers and fine wine retailers.