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DeMorgenzon, Reserve, Chenin Blanc, Stellenbosch, South Africa

£18.76

sku: 100802

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DeMorgenzon, Reserve, Chenin Blanc, Stellenbosch, South Africa

DeMorgenzon, Reserve, Chenin Blanc, Stellenbosch, South Africa

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CRITIC SCORE92/100

£18.76
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DeMorgenzon
750ML
WHITE WINE

DeMorgenzon’s Reserve Chenin Blanc comes from low-yielding vines that were planted in 1972 in decomposed granite soils. This show stopping white displays effusive aromas of white flower, stone fruit, honey and toast which erupt into opulent flavours of pear, orange blossom, caramel and spice. It’s a world class wine offering that strikes a brilliant balance between lush fruit and crisp, mouth-watering acidity. A complex white which could pair with a range of poultry or fish dishes, however it is simply delicious without food too.

About the wine

Country

South Africa

Grape

Chenin Blanc

Region

Cape West Coast, Stellenbosch

Drinking Window

2021 - 2029

Vintage

2019

Abv

14.0%

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    DeMorgenzon’s Reserve Chenin Blanc comes from low-yielding vines that were planted in 1972 in decomposed granite soils. This show stopping white displays effusive aromas of white flower, stone fruit, honey and toast which erupt into opulent flavours of pear, orange blossom, caramel and spice. It’s a world class wine offering that strikes a brilliant balance between lush fruit and crisp, mouth-watering acidity. A complex white which could pair with a range of poultry or fish dishes, however it is simply delicious without food too.

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    Wine Reviews

    1 review for DeMorgenzon, Reserve, Chenin Blanc, Stellenbosch, South Africa

    1. georgepatterson642

      Great floral wine, rich flavour of apricot and almonds.
      Awesome.

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    CRITIC SCORE 92/100

    The 2019 Chenin Blanc Reserve was picked over three passes through the vines and matured in 20% new oak for 10 months on the lees. It has a clean and precise bouquet of orange pith, light apricot and touches of sesame oil and linseed. The palate is well balanced with a slightly oily opening, zesty acidity and a pure, almost Germanic finish that gently fans out. Very fine.
    92/100 - Neal Martin, Vinous (Tasted April 2021)