Ken Forrester - Reserve Chenin Blanc 2012-13 - South African White Wine 75cl Bottle


Ken Forrester - Reserve Chenin Blanc 2012-13
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75cl Bottle
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Full bodied and well rounded with a complex structure.

Bursting with flavours of dried apricots, pineapple and hints of vanilla and honey that last long on the finish.

100% Chenin Blanc.

Category(s):     White Wine

Producer: Ken Forrester Wines   -
ABV:   14%
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:   2012-13


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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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