$11.90
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Aa Badenhorst Chenin Blanc Secateurs 2018 750ml

Rated 94 - Drought conditions followed by a cool harvest season produced a stunning version of Adi Badenhorst’s entry-level chenin. He took an...
94W&S
90VM
$49.94
$50.94
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Aa Badenhorst Chenin Blanc The Golden Slopes 2017 750ml

Rated 92 - A bold, ripe style, offering a mix of apricot, peach and quince flavors laced with a flash of white ginger to keep this moving along....
92WS
$16.06
$17.84
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$12.55
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$14.26
$15.84
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$27.45
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$18.95
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Beaumont Chenin Blanc 2019 750ml

A fresh and pure unwooded Chenin Blanc, made to express the delicious purity of the grape. A lovely wine to enjoy on its own or even better with a...
$24.94
$26.34
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Beaumont Hope Marguerite 2017 750ml

Rated 93 - A classic and classy Cape Chenin, whose first vintage was in 1997. Here, fruit from Beaumont's oldest vines - more than 40 years old -...
93DC
91VM
$13.45
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Benoit Gautier Vouvray Argilex 2017 750ml

The wine is vinified fully dry at cold temperature using only native yeasts, and it is fermented and aged in stainless steel tanks to highlight the...
$30.88
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Chenin Blanc

Originating in France yet now grown in many parts of the New World, Chenin Blanc is one of the most versatile and highly regarded white wine grape varietals on earth. These green skinned grapes hold a relatively high acid content, and as such can be used for making still white wines of exceptional quality, as well as superb sparkling wines (such as the Crémant wines of the Loire Valley) and extremely aromatic dessert wines. Their natural transparency means that they are a fine grape for expressing their terroir in the bottle, and winemakers often experiment with this varietal to coax unusual and intense flavors from the grapes, such as allowing the development of noble rot on the fruit in order to make sweet and viscous wines of a unique character.