08 December 2012 - by -
Get an exquisite taste of Le Good Life at The House of J.C. Le Roux,
South Africa’s leading home of sparkling wine, that reopened its doors
with a glamorous new look, just in time for the festive season.
Following a stylish four month makeover that literally raised the roof, visitors can enjoy their favourite tastings as well as chic new additions.
The inviting new outside deck will surely become a hot spot for bubbly lovers during the festive season, where fashionistas can sip on fine Cap Classiques and sparkling wines and continue their tasting experience in the flirty pink La Fleurette Room. The ever so popular bubbly and marshmallow, meringue and nougat pairings will be the ultimate treat, with the golden La Vallée Room and elegant Scintilla lounge perfect settings to savour award winning Cap Classiques, such as the 2012 Amorim Méthode Cap Classique Challenge winner, J.C. Le Roux Scintilla 2003.
Completing the home of the perfect bubble, the restaurant at The House of J.C. Le Roux has a brand new look with a stunning new under cover terrace seating area and a summer gourmet braai area. Open for breakfast and lunch, sumptuous, enjoyable dishes with great taste are on offer, and oysters and sparkling wine pairings will take centre stage on the new lunch menu.
Head to The House of J.C. Le Roux this summer and celebrate Le Good Life at your favourite home of sparkling wine.
The House of J.C. Le Roux is open seven days a week. The restaurant is open from 09h00 till 16h00 with breakfast served between 09h00 and 11h00 and lunch from 12h00 till 15h00. To reserve your table or for information on cellar tours and tastings, call 021-865 8200 or visit www.jcleroux.co.za or www.facebook.com/HouseofJCLeroux.
Photo credit: Andrew Swarts
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