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Deliciously fresh and fruity with juicy apple and citrus flavours, gooseberry undertones and a crisp floral finish. Lanzerac Wine Estate, situated in the heart of the Cape Winelands in the Stellenbosch, is a 326 year old winery with a very rich history, producing award winning wines of excellence and superior quality.
Winemaker Fabien Murail is the brains behind the intriguing, Le Clos des Chaumes Fiefs Vendeens Blanc, a blend of 60% chenin blanc and 40% chardonnay . Resulting in fulsome aromas of baked white fruit which carry some mineral interest too.
A foodie wine.
Adi Badenhorst’s Secateurs Chenin Blanc is probably the best bang-for-buck white wine we’ve ever sold. Why is this wine so special? Why does it win so much rapturous admiration? Because it surprises people with its quality. This is immensely mouth-watering – struck rock, clotted cream and orange blossom, with a lightly creamy, zingy finish.
A pretty nose with notes of flowers, herbs and ginger before lemon and orange aromas develop. The palate is packed full of fruit, citrus and minerals to go with bright acidity. Light and energetic, with some complexity and roundness from the oak treatment.
A pure style of Chenin Blanc from nearly 50 year old vines that produce small clusters full of concentration and a high natural acidity. Lemon aromas and flavours with some peach, floral and flint notes. A very interesting wine for both lovers of natural wine and those new to the style.
Clothes maketh not the man; judge the wines on what’s in the bottle, not by means of preconceived ideas. Aromas of candied lemon, cooked apple and mango with a core of minerality. Soft and voluptuous, it has a lovely ripeness and a fleshy, creamy mouthfeel, which leads to a perfect tangy freshness giving some zip to its otherwise mellow feel.
A dry, full-bodied Chenin Blanc with a succulent mouthfeel, intense aromas and remarkable ageability.
Named after both an old Italian winemaker that made white wines like red wines and a Sicilian bandit named Testalonga.
With fresh apple as the predominant flavour that you want from a Chenin Blanc and a vivacity and texture that gives it excellent composure.
Aromas of wild honey and freshly baked bread which contrast with its dry, very racy texture. Core flavours are remeniscent of Asian fruits with a minerality that comes through. Similar to Jura in style but distinctively New World. Fascinating Chenin showing how South Africa is becoming a very exciting country for natural wine with life and vigour!