Re­defin­ing the In­done­sian Wine Ex­pe­ri­ence.

Exquisite Taste - - Grapevine -

Boast­ing an im­pres­sive col­lec­tion of in­ter­na­tional awards, Cape Dis­cov­ery Wines was founded with the vi­sion of en­hanc­ing peo­ple's ex­pec­ta­tions and ex­pe­ri­ence re­gard­ing In­done­sian-pro­duced wines.

An Aus­tralian-In­done­sian col­lab­o­ra­tion, Cape Dis­cov­ery's modern fa­cil­i­ties are se­creted away in north­ern Bali where it uses blast-frozen grapes sourced from vine­yards in Western Aus­tralia and around the world and care­fully crafts them into a col­lec­tion of aro­matic, well­rounded and very ap­proach­able wines.

Show­ing typ­i­cal va­ri­etal char­ac­ter­is­tics, the flag­ship Cape Dis­cov­ery range cur­rently of­fers six va­ri­etals and each wine has been care­fully de­vel­oped to en­joy so­cially or with food and crafted to pair par­tic­u­larly well with Asian cui­sine.

The Cape Dis­cov­ery wines are re­defin­ing the In­done­sian wine ex­pe­ri­ence and can be found in many of the coun­try's lead­ing ho­tels and res­tau­rants.

The Cape Dis­cov­ery Range

A beau­ti­ful pale colour and very easy to drink, the rosé is de­li­cious with seafood, cured meats and most spiced dishes. The sub­tly oaked Chardon­nay mean­while of­fers good bal­ance and is a treat with char­cu­terie and soft cheese. Re­fresh­ingly fruity, the sau­vi­gnon blanc is fresh and zingy and a great aper­i­tif or en­joyed with del­i­cate, lightly spiced foods, whilst the NV Brut Cu­veé is just de­light­ful with freshly shucked oys­ters or as the go-to party fizz.

From the reds the spicy shi­raz and the silky caber­net-mer­lot can be en­joyed with ma­ture cheeses and red meats, the caber­net-mer­lot is par­tic­u­larly well matched to steak.

Cape Dis­cov­ery

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