Petit Chenin Ken Forrester 2009 | Wine of the Week

The Petit Chenin Ken Forrester 2009 is from the Stellenbosh region in South Africa. It’s a fresh wine made from 30 years old vines. 100% Chenin Blanc and hand harvested, this wine is bottled young to preserve all the freshest of the fruit.

On the nose, ripe melon and lime aromas. On the palate, green apple, melon and some nice floral notes. This perfect everyday wine is round and has refreshingly long finish.

Paired it with poultry, seafood, fish, Cesar salad and snails.

Serving temperature: 8 to 10°C (46-50°F)
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