Chenin blanc is a white wine grape variety indigenous to the Loire Valley in France. It is characterised by high acidity which gives it a refreshing crisp finish. Quince, apple, acacia and honey aromas and flavours are often associated with Chenin Blanc and an ability to age and develop in bottle successfully. Apart from the Loire Valley, Stellenbosch in South Africa also make high quality Chenin Blanc.
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