Ken Forrester - Petit Chenin 2013 - South African White Wine 75cl Bottle


Ken Forrester - Petit Chenin 2013
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75cl Bottle
Available 26th Sep 2014

A youthful fresh wine with quince and pear drop flavours.

Real freshness on the palate with crunchy green apple and grapefruit flavours.

Good mouthfeel and appetisingly tangy finish.

Serve with all flavoursome, light Al Fresco Summertime meals.

100% Chenin Blanc.

Category(s):     White Wine

Producer: Ken Forrester Wines   -
ABV:   13.5%
Appellation:   Stellenbosch
Brand:   Ken Forrester Wines
Country of Origin:   South Africa
Food Match:   Cured Meats
Grape Type:   Chenin Blanc
Region:   Coastal Region
Type of closure:   Screw Cap
Vintage:   2013


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75cl Bottle 26th Sep 2014 £ 9.13 Add to BasketAdd to WishList

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Producer Information

Ken Forrester represents the true pioneering spirit of the post-apartheid South African wine industry. Drawing on the examples of top Loire whites, he has used his uniquely placed Chenin vines to maximum effect and has single-handedly led a Chenin Blanc quality revolution. As a result these wines have achieved iconic status worldwide.

At the top end there is the beautifully balanced barrel-fermented Chenin FMC, made from fruit grown at Ken's Stellenbosch vineyard, and the silky fine red The Gypsy, made from low yielding vines. An exciting range of wines from a great winemaker with something to suit every price point and dining destination - the image of modern South Africa for the modern UK Trade.

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