South Africa has traditionally been famous for its Cabernet Sauvignon and Chardonnays around Stellenbosch. Chenin Blanc being their most planted white variety, a more accessible wine. This is a good example of why South African whites are doing so well, they are well worth their money and are often very good quality.
Perfect on its own or with dinner on a warm summer evening, dinner outside, good company... What's not to like?
Aroma characteristics: white flowers, apple, apricot
Flavours: peach, apple and melon with butterscotch
Finish: long finish
CONCLUSION: outstanding wine, mix of green and stone fruit with a good balance and long finish.