Percheron Chenin Blanc Viognier
2016

Percheron Chenin Blanc Viognier

South Africa, Western Cape

A dynamic duo of grapes which combine perfectly to provide great mid week and party drinking. One of the best value for money South African wines we have come across.”

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£6.75

MWS: 95

Origin

From 40 year old vines in the Western Cape, South Africa. The centre of South Africa's wine making industry, traditionally producers are known for their Bordeaux blends, Pinotage and - like in this wine - honeyed Chenin Blanc.

Grape Variety

80% Chenin Blanc and 20% Viognier.

There is quite a significant proportion of older (40 year old) vines in the blend; the Chenin grapes comes from old, bush (self supporting) vines. The producers have kept the wine well away from oak in order to highlight the expressive fruit and aromatic qualities.

Alcohol Percentage

13%

Cellar Potential

Drink now and over the next 12 months.

Producer

This wine is made by Marinda Kruger-van Eck for Boutinot South Africa. Now their 22nd vintage in South Africa, Boutinot have a long-standing relationship with their affiliated growers, and know how and where to source the best quality grapes for their wines.

Food Match

This is lovely to drink on its own, but plenty of body to work well with simple foods such as grilled fish or chicken, BBQ garlic chilli prawns. Also works well with avocado salad (with Romaine lettuce, tomato, with/without dry cured bacon or ham).

Suitable for vegans and vegetarians.

In the press

Silver- International Wine and Spirit Competition 2015

Silver- Decanter World Wine Awards 2014 (2013 Vintage)

Silver- International Wine and Spirit Competition 2014 (2013 Vintage)

Bronze- Sommelier Wine Awards 2015

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