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Vinum Chenin Blanc 2016

The Experience

Drink When...
You fancy a flutter
Listen To...
Underdog by Sly & The Family Stone
Think About...
Unsung heroes
Drink With...
Anything you want, it is that versatile

The Oddbins Take

Why isn't Chenin Blanc as famous as Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc? More versatile than a Swiss Army knife, it's used all over the world for sparkling, dry and sweet wines, it’s happy being oaked or unoaked and when it comes to food there’s very little you can’t match it with.


The honest truth is that Chenin Blanc isn’t always treated with the respect it deserves. But if you put it in the hands of an extraordinary winemaker who lives and breathes Chenin Blanc, then you can hear it sing. May we present Vinum Chenin Blanc, what we call simply “The Future”.

Country
South Africa
Region
Stellenbosch
Classification
WO Stellenbosch
Vintage
2016
Drink
Best Drunk Now & Over the Next 3 Years
Closure
Screwcap
Bottle Size
Regular - 750ml
Residual Sugar
2.5 g/l
14.0%
Alcohol Units
10.5
£12.00

£12.00

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Body
Light Full bodied
Sweetness
Dry Sweet
Grape
Chenin Blanc (100%)
Character
Fruity
Oak
Vinum Chenin Blanc 2016

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