Leeuwenkuil, Chenin Blanc 750ml 2019

South Africa, Swartland
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'Quite simply the best white wine you can buy under 50 bucks. Maybe even 80.’ – Roland Peens

Leeuwenkuil offers staggering value in general and, having caused a stir when their 2013 Shiraz was given a 92-point score in Decanter, they have once again come up with a stunner. We think the Leeuwenkuil Chenin Blanc 2019 is possibly the best value white in SA. It’s absolutely delicious!

Tasting notes:
'100% Swartland Chenin Blanc. Unwooded and sourced from 30-year-old goblet vines, the fermentation takes place in stainless steel tanks with natural yeasts. It is left on the lees for as long as possible before being bottled. A remarkable feat but clearly what we do best. Fresh, attractive notes of white stone fruit and pear follow on to a vibrant, fruity palate that is sumptuous, crisp and lingering. With only a 12,5% alcohol this is a perfectly-pitched wine for all occasions.' – James Pietersen (March 2018)

'A refined and racy offering with vibrant aromas of green apple and tropical fruit. Its good minerality leads to a wonderfully fresh finish.' – Winemaker

Alc: 12.5% | RS: 2.1 g/L | TA: 5.8 g/L | PH: 3.4

About Leeuwenkuil Family Vineyards:
Leeuwenkuil, meaning ‘Lion’s Lair’, is owned by Willie and Emma Dreyer. Situated in the Swartland, the farm dates back to 1693. When Willie and Emma began building Leeuwenkuil it was 45 hectares of vineyards but today comprises of 1,250 hectares. At Leeuwenkuil they follow a sustainable farming approach with as little interference as possible.
More Information
Bottle Size 750ml
Style White
Country South Africa
Drink To Drink now
Price R70.00
Producer Leeuwenkuil
Region Swartland
Variety Chenin Blanc
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