Nuy (pronounced Nay) Red Muscadel is something of a Cape classic. It wins acclaim with every vintage although is barely known outside of South Africa. The cellar was established in 1963 and is situated at the foot of the Langeberg mountain range which defines the Worcester wine region.
Muscadel is the local name for Muscat de Frontignan. The production method involves mulching the grapes and allowing the juice to remain in contact with the skins for up to 48 hours. After separation, the skins are pressed and the must fortified, with very little fermentation having taken place.
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